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The^p^bUily : or cj^ boardcould take action., 

!f^ 1i^BU^'.ordliumce r tb aUb^-braller^obuHs^waB - ':*:- . .'■ The ultimate question," the board agreed, 
brought .up 'after 1 Marty- 
village board Oct. 21 if it would annex some parks. A public hearing was recommended,' 
-'-.' 75acreseastoftpwnfOTatraiIerpork. . ■■'! (Continued on PagViJA) ' . • W! 
Geertz told the board about his and his son - J .; r 

, Jf Wmtsotfs. quest- to build "the^ trailer; park, 
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.;ali annexation petition; 
.Before, annexation could: take.: place, 

however* (he village would have to change a Convicted burglar Jeffrey, Kuechle. who. 

zoning ordinance to allow trailer homes, was sentenced to seven years in prison Oct 3 

Thougrfoo dates havebeenset, the planning f or violating his probation, got his sentence A CHS HOfTIBCOiTlinQ ROVOlf V 

'commission and the zoning board of appeals reduced to four years at a hearing" before . . y „ •. v • ■ ■ j „ ..,•.,. ^ r , i ,-JL . 0| 

would have to hear the proposal before the Ukc county Circuit Court Judge William Laurie Paddock and Ken White^re crowned ACHS 1985 Homecoming Queen and 

T,,-_ k .: ■:. Kingat homecoming dance on Oct. 19. —,Photo by St§ye Young 

i' Kuechle, 23, of 40710 R Grand Ave.. An-. 

tioch. will receive credit for jail and p _■ ^ J >» .-> [)-.! 

probationary time he served in Illinois DOlQwl IxSSl 1 

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Over 50 people from subdivisions both in Residents from Salem cited the lack of a 
Wisconsin and Illinois appeared at a Salem local police force as a prime reason not to en- 
Town Board Meeting on Oct. 17 to voice courage more traffic in the area. 



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An tioch Trtitrism sffi£t™5£W'35^ ^* Ald i c & SS*^^^!^ t rope il!l e 

#-M I My VIJ; I UVI 19,1 J I buudingof campgrounds on the site of the old purchase of the land on Cross Lake and the 

A consultant to the recently formed Lake Christian Camp on Cross Lake. building of the proposed campsite to the 

County Illinois ConvenUon and Visitor Those attending the meeting brought along township board. lfA :^ u ,. u 

Bureau, will, speak on bow. to allocate funds peations against the proposed campsite The nwin decision, if Aldrich g<^ ^ugh 

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• Lynn Mallery will speak at 7:30 p.m. on • ^° - r -' .. l\ decide. on the issuance of permits and a 

Thursdayi Oct 24 following 7 p.m.' cocktails ■ J.oe. ' Veath, representing the Oakwood zoning change. The township has the decision 

and complimentary appetizers at the Tower .Knolls Property, pwners objected. to >'any then of issuing a "camping license and 

Room above the Antioch Bowl. ." development that could be detrimental to our 'monitoring the sewer installations" on the 

■ The Antioch Chamber of Commerce and lanVl values." site.. 
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Acor driven by a 17-yeai^old Round Lake AnUoch youths injured to the crash^are: 
Beach youth^ldeswiped another car OcL 19 9^;^'ii^'^:^.^^yS^^ t ^. 
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Glenda TomaSchtik, director of Antioch 
Parks & Recreation has announced she is 
planning a Scavenger Hunt for Halloween 
Night. TheJdea ,is to produce positive en- 
tertainment on '-Halloween for all ages and 
present, a physical fitness aspect, as 
everyone is on foot. * 

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know the village, and if they don't now-they 
will when it is over," Tomaschtik sai tt ' r^;"; 
-Ages 9 through 15 set off from the Village 
Hall at 4 p.ni . and must be at McDonalds by 6 
p.m. whether they have all of their treasures 



I or not. Their parents are instntcte-i to pick 
tliem upfront McDonalds at? p.m. 

ujg Ages 16 through 20 set off at 7 p.m. and will 
end at 9 i p.m. The Adult Hunt begins ate until 
11 .p.m. at* a chosen destination for. a get- 
together. Anyone interested in participating 
In the hunt must sign up by Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. 
One may register over the phone by calling 
Glerida at 395-2160. - 

I ^^Byety<myiiti hunt in groups . of four. 
Costumes are welcome but it is recom- 
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As; part .' of. its 20th an- 
niversary celebration, V. the 
congregation of St. Stephen 
Lutheran Church in Antioch 
will be hosting its. former 
pastor. _■]_. Pastor Philip .^0.; 
Laurin, Messiah Lutheran : i 
Church, Gal va, 111." , will be at 
St. Stephen on Reformation 
Sunday, Oct 27.' W.aM^0^ 

- -. j His sermon- at both' the 8 " 
and 10:30 aim. worship ser-; . 
vices wiH De; "The Church 
of the Folding Chairs." 
Special music and anthems 

iwlll tadd to £ the festive ; 
celebration, Z^'-'i^u^] 

. ; Pastor Laurin'a : wife, ;. 

•' Amy, and their daughters, 

.Kiraten^ Karen, and Katy • 
will also be preset An in- 
formal reception will be held.' 

"between the services. There 
will be no Sunday school 
classesthatday.;<;; -;v 

Former members of St 
Stephen and others in the 
community .who fremember;' 
Pastor Laurin are ■cordlally.v 
invited to attend ibp wbnfiup: 

| services and recepuon^o, 

- advance , reservations ;> are 
needed: 'jThei: church is 

■ located at the intersection of 
^Hillside Ave. andRte. 59; :j 



Friends -\ may.; also .visit 
with Pastor Laurin and his 
family -.over a 12:30 p.m. . 
brunch at the Country House . 
Restaurant in Antioch,' on 
Oct;; 27; . For, further in-'L 
f ormation ■ a nd ;, ; tof ~ make f 
reservations ''•; for Sunday' 
brunch, please phone the ; 
church office at (312) 395- 
3359 ; before noon Monday - 
through Friday. :- ^ 



Antioch Viking light- 
weights won - their < eighth 
straight win with a 39-0 score 
pyerWinnetka . ■ -, 

Antioch was paced by the 
running of Greg Loecher 
with 163 yards \ and i four 
touchdowns • a nd Keith Horn 
with 74 yards. ; >. ; . 

Antioch advances in. the 
playoffs! against . the 
. Lakeland ' Cardinals next 



lilt. Combining the 
.AfltJoch. Newt »nd v. Antioch 
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" The AnUoch Conurmnlty High School a*"* ioggtag course materials are scheduled 
Board of Education, at Us Oct 17 regular to arrive ai^l be installed later this tall, 
meeting, approved the continuation of the ' •' rh *' ^^ approved a request from the; 
CoUege.of I^Bt»(^unty/Antibch,C^^ .^ Q^^to^WMm^Kti&ter-^ 

High;Sch^.^ 

g Wer, tWs agreem«iC U»^)Ueg^ 
County wul continue to otter adult eve^rung^^ 

classes at Antioch QJmmuai^:High School^ «*»? ^ **»*?** '-f^S^'^f- 
(ACHS) on Monday and Wednesday foreign exchange stadents In the Rotary Out-, 
evenings. : - bound Program. Qiristine ' Kuehn, ..Anne 

The board accepted the low bid.of Peder- Bates and Brian Poinrenlng are spending ^the 

! son GMCforthe purchase of a new van. Prin- current school year in Germany. .. 

cipal Arthur Blecke reported on the possible Pekkarinen also reported that seniors Jean 
«»t of installation of a well and spelic Kim and Dennis Moore have Qualified as 

V system a t Poiley Field. Blecke a iso reported seml-flhalisra ; in the 1988 Merit Scholarship v 
that^CHS had received a $6,000 Fitness and competition ' based on the scores they 
Jogging 'Course Grant award. The fitness . received on the FSAT examina tion ■■ ■ 



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Assodatioh. 

I will be calling customers in this area 
sodaencouragirigycrtJtota^^ 
of a S15 : home energy audit 

An energy audit can show you how 

to cut your energy consumption by 

upto25%. 

More 'tihan 115,000 home energy audits 

have bfcen performed, and over 92% 

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VWe. promise, you --V the -^ 
scariest time of your life," ; , 
states Steve' Hadesman,. one 
of the ; organizers of the 
Bridge House ''Haunted 
House of Horror." It is being • 
organized by the residents- ■ 
association of < the Bridge 
House Xhemical Depen-^. 
derice treatment Program, f 
a program of the Northern . 
Illinois Council 'on 
Alcoholism and Substance 
Abuse (NICASA). 

. Guided horror tours will be 
conducted of the old house on 
Oct. 30 and; 31, from. 6 to 9 

; p.m. Admission for adults in 
$3 and for kids under 16, $2. 
{Parental guidance recom- 
mended for young children.) 
Bridge; House 1 is located at 
3016 ->Grand Ave. in • 
Waukegari on the grounds of 
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Hunting Season by our Factory 

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Circuit Court judge lifted and In junction /which was slopping Ihe demotion wwk 

The ere*, from Lake > County 1m^&^^^^^*^^S^ 
on Oct. 16; The high school was damaged by ire last Dec embe and cittaen • have 
been in disagreement as to. what road to take, ™^y i Id.ng orw^ftor jnany 
complications and days in' court the Warren School Board began demotion 
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The Illinois Literacy Coun- 
cil, "chaired by Secretary of 
State and : State Librarian 
Jim Edgar,, held a public 
hearing on' fjet:. 21 in 
Graystake to gather in- 
formation about the extent of 
the illiteracy- problem . in 
Jjake-Gouiity and ;ways in 
which ; local literacy 
programs are working to ad- 
dress 'it. . ,'*The Illinois 
Literacy Council has held 
public hearings throughput 
the state, to find out how we 
can help, local literacy 
programs to address their 
specific concerns," Edgar 
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"A startling statistic from 
the State Board of Education 
shows that 30,076 residents of 
I^ke^ounry"have"less"than — 1| 
an eighth grade education. I ; 
The council wants to gather " 
more . specific ;. information 
and determine how we can 
help existing literacy 
programs In the county to 
address the problem . of 
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The Kenosha County 
Snowmobile Alliance will 
- have its annual fund-raising 
dance,! Nov. 9, at Eddie's 
Wonder Bar in Twin Lakes, 
Wlso 

Admittance of $2 includes; 
free beer from 7 to 8:30 p.m. 
Music will be by the Pony 
Express Band from 8:30 
_p.m. to 12:30 a.m. and door 
, prizes of $250, $100. and $50. 
Proceeds will go toward 
the cost. of maintenance for 
Jthe state snowmobile trail in 
Kenosha County. 

Tickets are available at 
the door or from any club 
member. ; ' 

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Senior Movie 

"Goodbye Girl," wUJ be 
the movie for seniors at 1 
- p.m. on Tuesday, Oct 29 at 
the Warren Twp. Center. 
This Neil Simon movie stars 
Marsha Mason and Richard 
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has^^annduritedvihe^^ap; 
pearance; of--- ''SWEET 
AtHELINESINC^at the up- 
coming 7 = Footlights 
presentation of ■"L6t The 
dood Times RjMf&^&Mz-. 

The Sweet Adelines ^in- 
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be among !' the top ^en- 
tertainment of fered L atV.Sf . 
Peter's; annual .fundraiser ; 
,, FobtlighJs ,, 7 runnlng^two 
consecutive weekends, Nov. 
Iand2and8and9. 

The Sweet Adelines will be 
featured in ^Dixte Daii's'.', 



assures- everyone ; of a 
wonderful evening full ;'■.•; of | 
their special music; ..; ,;. i~ 

Admission is restricted to: 
21 years or blder.'Tickets forv 
Footlights are available at 
all Antioch Financial" in- 
stitutions land Realty, World 
across ;■< from ^ St;; ;Peten:i 
Church in Antioch: for $7 irfi 



one of 10 rooms of continuous 

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county. Each 'spring ,mey Jim^Arnsihas.been directing advance $9 at the* door 

compete in ,' regional com- \the s chorus for tWo years: He _opehing night: Doors open at 

compHshments . including ^ .;•"■.■; ''""7;" 

being in. :a ^barber v shop; 7- • : 7 

chorus ;hiinseifi^ Which 



petition :: ■and 7 Jnj; the7fall 
perform in an annual show 
open to the public at Mun- 
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Croatian Octoberf est 

;; the Croatian Cultural 

toberfest celebration from 5 to 8:30 p.mri on Oct: 25, German 
fpodj liquid refreshments and eriuirtainm'erit are available; 
Entertaining will be the Millards, Jackie on the accordion- 
organ and Jaime on rhythm, v 7;7 ; i' t i 



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Including soup and totad bar : 

Featuring Special "Witches Brew" 

I Kids' Costume Party 
Sunday, Oct. 27th 2-5 p.m. 

FREE TREATS -FREE ADMISSION 

Visit with Mr. Clown & Friends 
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Parents Welcome 

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5419 Kenosha Street 

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Rte. 173, I Block East of Rte. 12 

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Cole Porter* Jerome Kern Attend 

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Nov. 17 — Nov. 24 

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Strawberry Catering, run by the Scar- 
dino family in Round Lake, owners of the 
Brass Wheel (Round Lake) and Gatsby's 
of Kenwood {Round Lake Beach), has a 
new name anda new image to offer. V , 

-Formerly known as Brass Wheel 
Catering, Strawberry Catering is 
''growing and expanding very* quickly," 
according to Rick Scardino, owner of Gat- 
sby's of Renwood. / 

Scardino believes Strawberry Catering, 
which is open all year-round, is unique" 
because it caters to all people, not just to a 
select number or group. 

"The unique thing about Strawberry is 
that we'll sit down with anybody and work 
something out, considering their - tastes 
and budget restrictions. We are very 
flexible. We work around our customers' 
needs and wants," Scardino said. 

The company, which is how six-years-. 
old, has handled parties as small as 30 
people and as big as 1,000. 

"We have the capabilities to cater par- 
ties of aH sizes. Tte amount of food doesn't 
matter either because we can cater from 
appetizers all the way to seven-course •■ 

To Host Gu i+arist 



"meals. We' ve done some catering where ; 
we _just drop off the food and use,, 
disposable utensils; while there were other ~ 
times when we catered to an elegent sit- 
down," Scardino said. 

"We've catered in dozens of halls in the 
Lake County area and hope to expand that 
in the future. Our prices are flexible 
because/ like I said before, we . work 
around our customers' limitations. Distan- 
ce is no problem with us either. We've 
catered to parties down on the south side of : 
the city (Chicago) before," he added. :; 

Strawberry, according to Scardino, also 
caters to company picnics and other 



Heritage Dance Theatre, a 
LibertyviUe based -: not-fpr- 
profit organization 
. dedicated to bringing the 
. best of dance to the area, 
introduced : its : 1985-86 
executive committee and 
members of the board of 
directors at'the first meeting 
of the season on Sept 26. 

Serving the executive 
committee are: CheriZedick 
Rosen; ' of • Vernon" Hills,-! as : 
president; Susan Anderson, 
Mundelein, vice president 
and "general manager; 
Wendy Katzenmeier, 
Grays lake, treasurer; Eilen 
Sayers, LibertyviUe, 



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Additional Board mem- -a Lihidenhurst; and Owen 
bers include: Julie Nowak as Banner and M J. Seller both 
chairman of the board and of Mundelein. 
Thomas Nowak of 
Grayalake: r Lyle- Holbo, 

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Wednesday Newsstands 

All associated weeklies in the I^akeland Newspaper group 
are available at your favorite newsstand Wednesday af- 
ternoon. If not, please call (312) 223-8161. 

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various company events 

"I would say that one-half 
business' comes from 



of our 
comes tram various company 
events. That's great, we love it, but I think - 
we need to expand our services to the in- 
dividual customer. We hope to dp that in 
the future,' 'be said. \ '. 

Strawberry Catering is based at the 
Brass Wheel in Round Lake. 



> assistant . treasurer and 
business manager; and 
Louise Tapio, Waukegan, as 
secretary. - y: 
For Convenience 

To make your shopping, 
easier; Lakeland 

Newspapers carefully 
classifies all want ads. 



Geoff Hartley, a guitarist 
whose talents include folk, 
country blues, jazz, rhythm 
and blues, and gospel, brings 
his brand of music to the 
David Adler Cultural Center 
for two shows, at 7:30 and ! 
9:30 p.m., on Saturday, Oct 
:»: ; "T."'-; *;r •' ■"■ ;•« ; - 

_Gaugha n, singer and. 
guitarist' who*':' performs 

traditional ballads, blues, 
Tcontemporary folk and 
■ original songs on six and 12- ', 

string guitar, will open both 

shows. 

Admission is $4.50 . for 
adults, $4 for members; $2 
for senior citiz en s and 
children 6-12, andTfree loTT 
children under six. * 

The David Adler Cultural 
Center, 1700 N. Milwaukee 
Ave., LibertyviUe, is a non- 



profit organization, 
information, call (312) 
0707. 



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New Owner/Operator 
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New Menu ! 

Cpen All Year Round! 

New Carpet 

New Restrooms 

Handicap Ramps 

New Decor in the 

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5*09 Kenosho Sin-'-' 

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HOURS. Lunch 1 1-2 Mon. -Sat. 
Dinner 5-9 Tues.-Sat. 
Sunday Brunch 10-2 
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October 23 thru 27 

A very special show and sale.. .just for yool Th te fou r day event 
features a grand selection of arts and handicrafts, plus dally 
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JHpmeniade Apple Cider $2.50 gal: 

(6 gallons or mora) :^~' 

Homemade Taffy Apples 55* ea. 

Now taking reservations; for company or 
private horse drawn hay rides, 




Located Just East of 94 (Hwy. 41 ) 

On Russell Road 

(312)395-3723' •(414)843-3588 

Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. 
Wednesday Thru Sunday 






£.;!'; Stage" Two Repertory^ a ■; chosen by Stage two; BiVan :ferent . from other Nor- which we hope wiD stimulate 

recently formed; toeau^^^ the ^hore and Lake County thought, arouse the 

' group in; Lake ' County, an- . 'epmpariy, answered, \MCLO theatre groups," according , imagination, and challenge 

'l.nouncedtoday ^that it will be is the; perfect location for a : to Bryan Simon. '.'We're ap- us as actors." he added, 

performing , at the recently theatre group of this ; caliber, pealing to a special group of Stage Two has planned 

renovated 180 seat theatrea.t'. -'-not only because of its cen- theatre-goers and providing three plays for the 1986 

Uie College of Lake County tral l()caUon ml^e County & professional theatre of the season/which will open this 

■ (CtC) at li&Uwasmngfon but also becausethetheatre;l caliber^ that many believe i Januar y- More information- 

■■:St taGrayslake^ ; ' : • :^ lends. Itself :i to ; > nwny^fck ^ m Chicago and "** be obtained by writing 
^T^wfflbewVfirattime ^i 10 !* w the- staging, of*;. <N| ^ Y 0r k. --'■"■ * ' Stage Two;P.O. Box 1154, 
that the C^ 

home '"ofV.a professional w S o ^ 0rm / ^ ^ -V ^ong^cbmmitment to hew ?J" t fS'L Bryan s «non-aL 

foeatrVprga^ (312? 66JM€71. 

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(formerly RJ's Eatery) 
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issued and will be given commission. , '^■-;y J ^P^^^^^s'' i 

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Congratulations to the win- f 
hers of the Grass Lake Hamv re 
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callied and invited to attend 
the Haunted 'House: on the 
date of their choice and to let .. 
the ■■■ ''ticket people" know 
that they were a winner and ; 
their ticket would be issued 
. at the dooiv Congretulations • 
to the following Grass Lake 
studentswho won a ticket to 
the Haunted House through 
the coloring contest: ,Lori 
LoetV Erica Melendez, 
Heather Dawson, .Tamir. 
Edelmah, Cahdice v Kaspr- 
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Closed Mondays -Open 6 Days 
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anyone who opens their .prepare people * to be foster 

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volunteered . these ob- 
servations: . 

1. "We most have more in- 
depth ' analysis .:. -The 
(smoking) literature I have 

been receiving seems fairly 
replete." ' 

< Currently, Coliege of Lake 
County is engaged in a 
vigorous debate on whether 



or not the school should ban 

, or curtail smoking on the 
campus. 

2- "...why do people smoke 

unhealthy?- (Tlie answer is 
not simply, nicotine ad- 
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population numbering over 
13,000 adults must be central 

to the deliberation." 

In conclusion, President. 
Hunter asserted, "I also 
wish to set an nrnmple. I en- 
joy pipe-smoking and shall 
continue, to do so within the 



confines, of my private of- 
fice. However, I ; do not ; in- 
tend to smoke in group 
meetings or in my office if I 
have guests who do not 
smoke." 

On Nov. 5, the J College 
Senate win conduct a 
meeting , to evaluate , the 
smoking controversy, , 

On Oct 1, there was a fire 
in President Hunter's "office . 
at the main building! Hunter 
is a pipe smoker. : Ap- 
parently, he discarded bur- 
ning embers . from ) his 
ashtray into a wastehasket . 
A fin; resulted. 



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While the American Red Cross Assn. has 
maintained a high profile in as a national 
org amr a tk pp iwk^ emergency o^sastcr 
refief,, less attention has been focused on the 
number of projects that Gller down to the- 
localleveL ■■:.■.'■ 

'A lot of other areas where the Red Cross 
_ i out are determined locally," said 
Woody DoydeO, district field representative 
. Tor 11k UikcCotmry office in Muixfelein. 

One^ocal service the Red Cross offers are 
: co u mrfin g and, emergency communications 
to individuals stationed at the Great Lakes 
Naval Training Center in North Chicago. 
Red Cross maintain an office with five social 
-voncR on the base to assist naval personnel 
and their families m adjusting to military 
Iife,Dby^«ML / 

A bttle closer to borne are the community 
and corporate blood drives the organization ■ 
helps to sponsor. "The Red Cross doesn't 
actually coordinate the drive. Volunteers 
•'■• fr oth lo ral community gio u p t handle most of 
the organization and recruit the donors. We 
l~ ~jast offer the expertise^" Doyddl said "'. "' ' 

Blood drives are sponsored through 
community oreanbafions. schools, and 




corporations. DoydeU said the Red Cross has 
planned sht blood drives throughout Lake 
County during the month of October alone. 
. V; Co mm u nity service pro j ec ts also extend 
into the areas of teaching health education 
and water safety courses. "Rather than 
teaching the course itself, we train volun- 
. teers to teach these classes," DoydeU said. 
"Most of the water safety instructors we 
train are employed by the park districts. We 
provide the materials for them louse." 

Red Cross requirements" that instructors 
teach at least once a year, help to. insure 
quality control .Those who have allowed a 
year or more to lapse between teaching must 
retake, the Red Cross braining course, 
DoydeU said. 'It's important that they stay - 
i up to date with recent developments . in 
training.*" ".^, : 

DoydeD said the Lake County office also 
sponsors volunteer projects which include 
sending Christmas stockings to yo un gsters 
at the Lake County Head Start Program in 

Lake Villa, and providing cookies to patients . 
at the Veterans Administration Hospital in 
NorthChicago. 



Little "trick or treaters" 
will soon be out collecting 
^opdies" on Halloween. If 
families observe a few com- 
mon-sense precautions, 
Halloween can be a safe and 
happy holiday.. 

"An adult should ac- 
company young children 
when they,, go': trick-or- 
trea ting. The children should 
not eat the beats they collect 
until the items have been 
carefully examined by their 



parents**-' says Steven Hi 
Potsic, M.D., M.PH:, 
executive director,, C- Lake 
County Health DepL 

Costumes- and accessories 
should be fire-resistant, 
short enough so the children 
cannot trip, on them, and 
light-colored for have reflec- 
tive strips on. them) so the 
children can be seen by 
motorists. Masks should not 
restrict vision. 

Parents should caution 



children to watch for cars 

and to- -watch 'out for the 
young trick-or-treaters, who 
may be too busy and too ex- 
cited to watch out for cars. 

"We can assure a safe 
Halloween and avoid unhap- 
py or tragic incidents 
without spoiling .the 
children's fun," says Dr. 
Potsic. "We just need to be 
alert and make safety our 
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According to a Lake Coun- 
ty College Safety |i Unit 
report the front office of the 
college received a call from 
a female at approximately 4 
p.m. on Thursday, OcL :17, 
-saying that a hnmh hadbeen_ 
planted somewhere in the 



Following the routine set 
for such matters, members 
of the safety unit, as well as 
deputies from the' Lake 
County Sheriff* DepL. con- 
ducted' a four-hour search 
thro ughout the colleg e that 
did not turn up any signs of a 
bomb of any kind. . 



Sandra Naydol, of 
Ingleside, is on the 
President's Honors List at 
Robert Morris College for 

the term ending Sept J6. She 
has a GPA of 33 in the 
business^ administration 
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HAROLD R. KIRCHHARDT 

President \ 



william h:schroeder 

Publisher' r 




A good deal of finger pointing is going on in 
Grayslake where voters will face "double 
duty" in the. Nov. 5 election—passing 
judgment on : two school tax increase 
referendums besides voting on school board 
candidates. There's -acrimony that does 
credit to no one.' 

One of the prevailing pro-referendum 
opinions is that village officials are to blame 
for not doing enough to attract new business 
and industry to the community to buttress a 
- sagging tax base. Nice to have a handy scape 
goat Another argument is the silliest of all- 
depriving the children of a quality education 
if more money is not voted-^-and spent— on 
education. This viewpoint totally ignores 
quality of education, need to establish 
standards, and efficiency in the educational 
system, and is at the root of a major evil of 
public school funding for 40 years— that of 
"throwing money" at the schools as the 
answer to every, problem affecting public 
education. Graysiajjce doesn't have a 
monopoly of these arguments. If you listen, j 
you can hear these same views expressed 
everywhere. 



Tourism 




State. 'aid' for schools not withstanding, 
there is no secret how a community supports 
all the services it renders citizens. It's with 
tax dollars generated by the people' them-, 
selves. In Grayslake^ case— and probably,; 
many other villages-none ■ part of the 
equation that makes for a proper tax base 
has been missing for a long time. And the- 
people have no one to blame but themselves. 
That's the need, the utter * necessity, to 
patronize businesses where you live. Keep 
the dollars at home and the taxes will take 
care of themselves-with : proper 
management. In Grayslake, like just about 
every community across .the land, 
householders have .been trucking 'off to 
distant shopping centers for nearly 20 years 
how, hauling their tax dollars with them. 

.Without trying to over simplify the 
problem, almost any community can help 
itself simply by developing and taking care. 
of a viable retail business district. Success Is 
catching! Prospective merchants are eager 
to hop on the: bandwagon. If they see a 
thriving community, they'll be eager to get 
in on the action. Taxpayers help themselves 
by shopping at home. Corny as it sounds, it: 
works. Finger pointing isn't the answer. 
Getting the message will. 



■ Edilor:'- : 1 ?.-- : % 

The Friends of Warren lament the division 
In! me - township resulting • from t thet high; 
school controversy. "They do not state • the 
reason for it and I would like to present my 
view for this sorry state. 
■'A /referendum nvas held to finance a new 
high school and 3,759 voti^'hd\ The school 

; board jngored thatvote and proceeded with 
its: plan to 'build a hew school ;at .ap- 
proximately the same cost* to the residents. 
By this action, the school board caused the 
anger and division 'that presently exists. 
Regardless, of other issues, the. majority 
position was to be followed; that is the 
democratic process of the vote in ournation. 
When, those in office "do not do what is 
mandated by majority vote, they should quit 
or be voted out That is not being devisive or 
obstructionist. The; vote is. fundamental to 
our freedom and preserves our freedom to be 
a nation 'by the people'. 

The school boaird has enlisted a group of 
people, the Friends of Warren to convince 
the majority they are wrong for ,vo ting what 
they believe in and to present the majority of 
voters as divisive and obstructionist. It is the. 
school board and the Friends of Warren who 
are divisive and obstructionist 

- Howard J. Sturm; 

Gages Lake 



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Hysterical Letter 

Editor: 

Recently, Mr. Ted Schaefer wrote a letter 
to the editor complaining about the village 
slowly killing itself because the village, 
, "with the help of its realtors, mayor and 
hometown' newspaper'', selfishly refused to 
pass a ''desperately needed grade school 
referendum". ; 

Up until now,', the entire blame for the 
failure of past referendums has been put on 



Marge Tuck, Lakeland's No. 1 ambassador 
of northern Illinois tourism, is heading into 
retirement and a spot at Barefoot Bay, 
Melbourne, Fla., for the winter months. At a 
Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce and In- 
dustry tribute in her honor at Apple Tree 
Restaurant, Marge revealed a never-bef ore- 
known side of her life. • / 

Operator with her husband, Franklin, of 
one of the Chain O' Lakes best known fishing 
camps for a quarter of ,a century. Marge 
remarked, "I love the outdoors and ourarea. 
I've always been involved with fishing and I 
know quite a biLabout fishing, but I've never 
been~fishing^'~That's-ltke-Babe-Ruth-ad<— 1 
milting that he rather would been doing , 
watercolors instead of hitting all those 
homcruns. \ 

The problem was that Marge was so busy 
with customers at Squaw Creek Bait Shop 
that she never had time to wet a line. Who 
would have believed? 

Marge is known up and down the state and 
throughout the midwest for her knowledge 
and enthusiasm regarding Lakeland's most 
underrated industry, tourism. The com- 
munity sorely will miss the diminutive 
dynamo. And, Marge, maybe you'd like to 
give deep sea fishing a try. 

Cupid On 
The Run 

Antioch village officials may have bitten 
off more than they can chew for firing a 
police officer and a dispatcher for the 
"crime" of falling in love and getting 
married. 

Like every red-blooded American who has 
a grievance, Sgt William Kuklas, 33, and 
Denise DeVore, 32, have gone to court for 
redress over losing their jobs -with the An- 
tioch police department. The controversy 
isn't as simple as a husband and wife 
violating work rules. The Kuklas beef 
touches at the raw nerves of U.S. Supreme 
Court decisions like discrimination and com- 
parable worth. It will be interesting to what 
happens 

We can't help but wonder what anyone 
would expect when the courts ruled that it 
was fitting and'proper for men and women to 
work along side each other in jobs like law 
enforcement and fire fighting, Pitty the poor 
police chief. He not only has to worry about 
what the criminals are doing, he also has to 
keep on his toes about where the officers arc. 




Treat Ditka 
The Same As 
Everyone Else 

gy BILL SCHROEPER 



Mike Ditka is a. lucky guy. He has a lovely 
wife and he lives in a beautiful home. He 1 
earns a lot of money working at the exact job 
he wanted. He's the object of public 
adulation. Reporters write about him and 
he's on television a lot. He also had the good 
fortune to be pulled over by a traffic 
policeman while driving after imbibing too 
much before he did harm - to himself or 
someone else. ■ —~ '. 

Society as a whole is fed up; with drivers 
who drink. We're going to disregard the 
irrational blubbering of sports fans who 
berated the Illinois trooper who cited Coach 
Ditka for drinking infractions on the Illinois 
Toll way/on the grounds of overreacting loan 
emotional situation. Common sense tells us 
that the famous football coach should be 
given the same treatment— no more or no 
less— than anyone else involved with driving 
under the influcnce.TJitka has always been a 
stand-up guy on and off the field. I'm sure 
he'll face up to his predicament. I think he's 
already handled himself appropriately. 

COMMENTARY— 

One consistent argument of pro-growth 
and anti-open space people is "we arc taking 
land off the tax rolls". An interesting ob- 
servation, Condell Memorial Hospital has 
removed far more tax revenue producing 
land from the tax rolls than the 1.200 far- 
mland acres of the Cunco Estate. Actually 
the Cunco land under the farmland tax 
exemption program has, in all reality, been 
off the tax rolls for years. 

F.t: "Mike" Graham 
LibertyvilleTownshipSupervisor 

Editor's Note: Mlk£ always can put it where 

it hurts. 



,NQT WO KKjEp- Ardcn, Luce, retiring 
superintendent of WoodlantT^choolr'isa't - 
worried about retirement even though he's 
announced his intentions to leave his post at ' 
the end of the school year June 30 without 
definite plans -for the future. "I'll think of 
something." observed the educational pro 
who's pivoted. 30 years to education. Luce 
sees himself as (he last of a breed— the home 
grown, product who entered the school 
system and worked into administration. The 
practice now is for. school systems to ad- 
vertise openings for superintendent. Ap- 
plicants flock in from all over the nation. As 
Luce put it. the new generation of educators 
know education, but they don't know .the 
community, A great many school problems 
can be traced to that shortcoming. 

•*•••** 

BUSY DAY-Tuesday, Nov. 5. is going to 
be quite a day for Harold Bauer. As an 
election judge, he'll be up bright and early to 
get to the polls. And he's been doing his 
.homework to vote on four referenda 
propositions < in his home community, the 
Round Lake area. When all the voting, is- 
over, he hopes to celebrate his birthday. At 
age'74; Harold says he feels he should be able 
to take it easy, "But these tax increase 
.proposi lions don't make that easy." 



ONE MAN'S FAMILY— 

Now that the girls are away at school, 
mom is outnumbered by the male populace. 
Bob, for one, likes it that way. The big ad- 
vantage, he says, is no waiting mornings to 
get into the bathroom. No doubt about it, the 
household is quieter; Girls chirp and chatter. 
Boys communicate in grunts. f:h - 



parties are 
now being included to share the respon- 

;slb|Uties?,;^;-^ 

I Mr. Schaefer's letter sWk^: me as aTSlt 
hysterical and like some of the proponents of 
past referendums, he is attempting to use 
scare tactics. 

Iain very much in sympathy with the 
problems of. both the high school and grade 
schools. However, realistically, a substantial 
amount of - blame ; should be put upon the 
governor and the State Legislature to change 
the laws to make financing and consolidation 
of school easier. 

As mayor, X aiir very much concerned 
about the impact that the various taxing 
districts in Grayslake make on the property 
tax paid by the homeowner. It is unfortunate 
that the schools must go for a referendum 
when -■ additional ' monies are needed. 
However, a "no" vote by the taxpayer in- 
dicates that he or she is fed up with higher 
taxes and, this is hot "selfish". -It is a 
message to all taxing bodies in Grayslake; 
village, park district, library, county and 
others, that the:. taxpayers do not want ad- 
ditional taxes, hot that they are against the 
schools;'"" 1 / 

Unless restraint is exercised by all the 
taxing bodies, the taxpayer in Grayslake will 
be burdened with an astronomical tax rate. 

Mr. Schaefer also refers to the "for sale" 
signs' on lawns. Families are not moving 
away hi droves. In fact, there is a demand for 
housing in Grayslake, Ask the realtors and 
the developers who are building in town! 
Grayslake is a growing community and is not 
slowly killing itself, as Mr. Schaefer alleges. 
The population of Grayslake has increased 
approximately 15 percent since the census of 
1960 •-■--' 

When Mr. Schaefer's letter appeared in the 
newspapers, I called him and asked to meet 
with him to discuss his concerns and give 
him some factual information. He refused to 
meet with me, 'He obviously has a closed 
mind on the subject regardless of the facts. . 

With friends like Mr. Schaefer using scare 
tactics, the school board does not need 
enemies. Edwin M.Schroeder, 




Ma70r7Gravs|ake- 

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Sidestepping 

Editor: • : , • ' 

You' arid the mayor sidestep the hitman 
issue "that should be the focus of the school 
referendunv-the children. .' ' 

When will you address what they have lost 

and remain under threat of losing? What is 

outrageous about the Tact that money is 

needed to provide a basic, quality education? 

— - . " . Trish Schaefer 

_1_ — ! ' ' Grayslake -- 



Community Values 

Editor: .. 

II has been said that a society wilt support 
something thai it values. If the citizens ol 
Grayslake value education, if the citizens of 
Grayslake value their children, there is only 
one way to vote on the Oist. 46 referendum on 
Nov. 5, A yes vote will cost the citizens of 
Grayslake money; there is no doubt of that. I 
feel that the money will be well spent. There 
are no frills and little waste In our local 
school system. 

The question comes down to what we, as 
. citizens of Grayslake. value the most. Dm we 
value personal comforts or expensive "toys" 
( VCits, campers, etc.)? Do we value instead, 
the future of our children, our community's 
children, our nation's children? ' . 

The question ol a quality education in 
Grayslake demands that the citizens of 
Grayslake show where their values lie. Vole 
YES on Nov. 5. Our children arc our most 
valuable possessions. ~ 

. • David W.Sponhollz 

Grayslake 






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What's: 

Happening... 




Horse-Drdwn Hayrldes 

Fa^pg leaves and muffled hoofbeats are on the fall agenda 
for Zale's Orchard, located east of Rte,; 1*94 on Russell Rd., 
Ziori. Come pick your own apples and enjoy homemade cider 
and taffy apples. The hayrides are onSaturdayand Sunday. 

' Special group rates are available. The orchard is open 
Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 1 p.m. For in- 

• formation, call ( 312)395-3723 or (414) 843-3568. 

Watercolors And Drawings Shown 

Al and Liz Stine, Deerfield artists, will have a combined 
showing of watercolors and drawings at "Studio In The 
Woods," 27213 Fairfield Rd., Wauconda, from Nov. 3 through 
November. "A reception for the artists will be held Nov. 3 

from 2 to 4 p.m. 1 ' 

Homemakers To Meet 

The Green Bay Unit of the Lake County Homemakers 
. Extension Assn. will meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct: 31 at 
the home of Ellen Gartley. The lesson, "Getting The Most 
From Your Meat Dollar," will be. given by Extension Ad- 
visor, Barbara Dahl. For further information, call the Ex-, 
tension Office at (312) 223-8627. 

Prince Of Peace Craft Fair 

Prince of Peace Church in Lake Villa is hosting "Jack of a!l 

Crafts" featuring many outstanding crafters of all media 
(many "Giving Tree" crafters). The event will take place 
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Oct. 27 and 27 at 
the Prince of Peace Parish Hall, nearRtes. 132 and 83 in Lake 
Villa. Besides: craft booths there will be a bakery and 
granny's attic attractions as well, as lunch at a reasonable 
price. Many fine items will be awardedin the raffle that will 
be held both days. If you would still like to rent a booth, call 
Teddy Duddlesat (312) 356-5690. . "* 



Reception For Ingles 

Rising Sun Masonic Lodge, with the Chain O'Lakes Shrine 
Club, will host a reception for Lawrence D. Inglis of Zion, 
Sunday, Nov: 3 at Marvela's Banquet Hall in Ingleside. Inglis 
was elected grand master during the State Grand Lodge held 
(Vt A frnri s in Pwria All Masons, Eastern.StaLand-friends- 
are invited to participate. Social hour will be at 3:30 p.m. 
with dinner at 5:30. Donation is $10 per person; reservations 
are required by Oct. 26. For more information call (312) 223- 
5016. * : 



Natural In 
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byPATDeANGELIS . 

iQuestidn: Can I find all the information I. 
. need regarding supplements on their labels? 

Answer: Legally it is no necessary to list 
on the label the solvent used, the degree of 
heat applied or the source from which a 
synthetic item may be derived. 

The natural ingredient items have stan- 
dard sources that most often are hot listed on 
the label; For example: B-Vitamins contain 
soy and brewers yeast. 

C-Vilamins, contain corn, E-Vitamins 
contain soy and. wheat, A-Vitamins contain 
fish, oil, and wheat, Multi-Vitamins contain 
brewer yeast, wheat, and soy, Mineral 
Products contain soy, Lecithin Formulas 
contain soy, Mineral Ascorbates have added 
Vitamin C for utilization, Mineral Orotates 
have added ortic acid for absorption. 

There are special allergy products 
available without the standard sources for 
persons having allergies to these food sub- 
stances. ■ - - 

Many terms used on supplement labels are 
often not defined clearly. Such as: Chelated- 
this word refers to a process used for 
minerals where they are combined with 
appropriate amino-acids for best utilization. 

Sustain released: This refers to a process 
used for water soluble vitamins which 
enables the vitamin to.be released in the 
body slowly and gradually over an eight to 10 
hour period, except for the first 30 percent 
that is released within the first hour. 

Multi-vitamin and mineral preparations 
all vary as to their content and potencies. 
The labels must be read very carefully to 
decide the quality of the product. Some 
multi-vitamin and mineral items have only 
one mineral (often jrnni^othftrs-havp Eix-nr- 
more. 



Some formulas are sustained released and 
Persons with severe food allergies oftenj^ 

some are chelated; othersare not Additional 
trace minerals are often added for increased 

value. j , 

The two most familiar _terms used for 
supplements are natural and synthetic. 
Natural refers to the source being found in 
nature or of natural food and having no 
chemical change within the product 

A synthetic vitamin is created by a 
scientist in a laboratory when he has 
reconstructed the exact molecular structure 
of a vitamin by putting together or com- 
bining molecular from other known sources. 




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Nutrition 

Today 

Pat DeAngelis Is a nutrition consultant: 
to American International Hospital 2kmV 
Readers' with questions about the food 
and liquid they consume are Invited to ad- 
dress questions~fo Pat D's Nutrition To- 
day, Lakeland Newspapers, P.OlBox268, 
Grayslake, III. 60030. 



need to take synthetic preparations. Actually 
most supplements on the market today are 
co-natural or crystalline, which means they 
have a natural food source but have been 
reduced to one specific vitamin by 
processing— wilh^a — solvent; — heatT 
distillation. 



YSP Meetings ~ , 

On Thursday,, Oct. 24, 9:30 p.m. Young Single Parents 
( YSP> will have an evening of fun and dance to the tunes of 
Social Director "Pepper." Call. (312) 351-3550 for in- 
formation. On Friday/Oct. 25 at 8 p.m.. the group will have a 
Wine and Rap meeting. The discussion will be on touching. 
For information callJerry Schwartz at (312) 28W»766or Dbri 
Leekley (312) 259-4166. The group will meet Sunday, Oct. 27 at 
6:30 p.m. for three hours of indoor volleyball. The charge is 
$3. Call Marianne Stewart at (312) 392-2322. 




Canines At Fairgrounds 

There will be two canine .events at the Lake County. 
Fairgrounds. On Saturday, Oct. 26 the Second Annual Fall 
Collie Specially and Obedience Trial will be held from 9:30 
a.m. to 5 p.m. This event is sponsored by Central State Collie 
Blue, Inc. Call (312) "623-3081 for information. Northern. 
Illinois Schulzhund Club will hold an obedience trial on 
Sunday. Oct. 27 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (312) 362 : 1968 for 
information. The Lake County Fairgrounds afe located at 
Rtes. 45 and 120 in Grayslake. 

Lake County Singles 

The Lake County Singles will host a Halloween party at 8 
p.m. on Saturday. Oct. '26 al the Grayslake Park Dist. 
Building. $1 and a costume will get you in the front door for 
games, prizes, music and' lots morerPeople are needed to 
help decorate the day of the party. Call Jack at (312) 566-1029 
or Adrienne at (312) 662-8346 so they know how many to plan 
scares for, or if you can help. 

Country Squares Hold Dance 

The Country Squares Dance Club will have a dance from 8 
to 11 p.m. on Saturday,. Nov. 2 al Butterfield School in 
Libertyville. This is the Apple Muncher Dance and badges 
are available. Chuck Broad will be calling and Hallgrens on 
the rounds. For information call (312) 244-1152 or (312) 566- 
Stfll. . --'-- * 

Aware Singles Dance 

The Aware Singles Group invites all singles to a "Hiding 
Costume Night Dance" with live music at 8:30 p.m, on 
Friday, Oct. 25 at the Arlington Park Hilton Hotel (3400 
Euclid Ave.) Euclid Ave. and Rohlwing Rd.. Arlington 
Heights. Admission is $6 for non-members. For information, 
call Aware at (312) 777-1005. The group is a not-for-profit 
organization.. 

YSP Halloween Parties 

Young Sidgle Parents (YSP) will hold an adult Halloween 
party (costume preferred) on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 8:30 p.m. 
There will be beer, wine, pop, sandwiches and munchies. The 
cost is $5 in advance or $6 at the door. Call Dick Hoyne at 
(312) 934-3704 for details. On Sunday. Oct. 27 at 1 to 5 p.m. the 
Family. Halloween Party will be held. Everyone must have a 
costume. There will be games, prizes and lunch. Help is 
needed. Call JeffSherpan at ( 312) 640-9709. 



POT $HOTS: Glazed Chicken 

/.'I look forward to your column," writes 
Claire-Marie J- Richard of Linwood, Mass, 
"I have a recipe in my collection that ap- 
pears to be almost dead." 

"I will -need your culinary skills and 
critique to make this Pineapple-Orange 
Glazed Chicken a winner; The difficulty-is 
this:, one of the ingredients is no longer on the 
market, namely, . frozen concentrated 
pineapple-orange juice. I would like a sub- 
stitute or equivalent ingredients.". 

While I'm not too fond of glazes, I still 
jumped on the challenge the weekend after 1 
received the request. I recalled the glazed 
duck I almost prepared years a go - it burned. 
I usually only glaze ham, but I was game. 

The only ingredient 1 had to buy was an 
eight <ounce can of crushed pineapple. I used 
some orange juice from the carton that I 
drink daily. I reduced the amount of water in 
Claire-Marie's recipe,. hut not the sherry. 

For a thicker glaze, stir in a little corn- 
starch before heating up the pineapple,, 
juices, sherry and water. 1 used chicken 
breast quarters, but you can use the parts of 
your choice. 

Pineapple-Orange 
Glazed Chicken 

3 pounds cut-up chicken 
seasoned salt to taste 

4 tablespoons butler, melted 

1/2 cup canned crushed pineapple and 
juice 



1/2 cup unsweetened orange juice 
1/2 cup dry sherry . 
1/4 cup water 




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Sprinkle chicken with seasoned, salt. Line 
shallow baking pan with butter, place 
chicken skin side down and bake in 400- 
degree oven 20 minutes until lightly 
browned. Turn chicken skin. side up. Heat 
pineapple, orange juice, sherry and water, 
occasionally stirring, and pour over chicken. 
Bake at 350 degrees 30 minutes, occasionally 
basting, . until tender and nieely glazed. 
Serves four. 



cursors- 
Program 

The Run for Your Self 
program, sponsored by Con- 

•S!r"¥. en? S rial -Hospilai 
begins. Monday, Nov. 4 mJ 
Tree program, which will 
continue through April of. 
fers a warm, dry and welMit 
place for local residents to 
walk,; jog or jun during the 
winter months. .* 

Held at the gym in Liber- 
tyville High School's 
B ra i nerd Building, R un f 0r 
Your Self is an unsupervised 
program.: However 
registration is required. • 

Participants must bring a 
note from their physician 
staling they are in ap 
propriate physical condition 
to exercise on their own to 
the- public relations depart- 
ment at Condell Memorial 
Hospital. ; Each participant 
will then receive a special 
lag worn, at the gym on a 
running shoe to identify the 
runner as a Run for Your 
Self member. Pepartment 
hours are 8:30 a.m. to' 4:30 
p.m. Monday, through 
Friday. 

For more information on 
the . Run for . Your Sell 
program, call CondelPs 
public relations department 
at (312) 362-2900, extension 
5 275. Condell Memorial 
Hospital is a subsidiary of 
The Medical Center of Lake 

County. ' 

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Condell .Memorial 
Hospital, a subsidiary of The 
Medical Center of Lake . 
Counly, will offer free 
diabetic detection screening 
to the public during Diabetes 
Detection-Screening -Week^ 
Sunday, Nov. 10, through 
Saturday, Nov. 16. This an- 
nual program is held lo idea- ' 
tify what is referred to as the 
"hidden diabetic.*' that per- 
son who has the disease but 
is unaware of it. . 

The screening al Condell 
Memorial Hospital is 
available to anyone 18 years 
of age or over wHo has never 
been diagnosed as diabetic. 
However, it is especially 
recommended for people 
over 40 years of age; over- 
weight; a blood relative of a 
diabetic; or the mother of a 
baby weighing over nine 
pounds at birth. . 





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Valerie;R6se Otte, daughter of Julie and 
Walter Otte' of Irigleslde, and Craig B:\' 
Murray, son of Eleanor and Newton Murray 
ipf Ingleside; 'were joined in marriage at 4 j 
p.m. on Sept. ,7 in a double -ring ceremony 
performed by the Rev. Paul Weeg at Trinity 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ingleside. 
/ The bride was given away by her father. 
, TheMatron of Hqnorwas Vicki Kurth of ' 
Skokie, sister, of the bride. The bridesmaid 
was Nancy Schulmeister of Ingleside. . 

The Best Man was Greg Lutz of Ingleside 
and the groomsman, wasi Robert * Murray; 
brother of the groom, v ,;;,;;i ; 

A reception followed the wedding. A 
beautiful 5 tiered, heart shaped wedding 
cake was made by the brides sister, Vlcki. 

The groom is employed by Evanston Fuel 
and Material Co. 

■The 'couple will make- their home in 
Ingleside.,' ; ^ ' 




Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Carney 

Artist To 
Display 

Works 

, The . Lake Couknty Art 
League will present Helen 
, Van,. Tempera' demon- 
strating her , paintings in 
acrylics and oils at 7:30 p.m. 
Monday, Oct.. 28 meeting in 
the " Waukegan Public 
Library auditorium. 



Olle/Carney 

' 'Sta'cey Joan Gue, daughter of Marvin and 
Doris Gile, Byron; IU., and Patrick Leo Car- 
ney,..6on of Joe and Letty Carney, Wad- 
sworth, were joined in marriage at 3 p.m. on 
May 25 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, by 
Father James Weber. 

>• The bride wore an ivory gown of tissue taf- 
feta featuring a high wedding band collar of 
alencon lace. The bodice was accented by a 
schiffli lace yoke embroidered with pearls, 
leg^o-mutton sleeves with schiffli lace cuffs' 
and a dropped waistline which was outlined 
in alencon lace. Her full skirt with ruffle 
flounce fell to a chapel-length, train. She wore 
a small brim hat which featured an elbow 
length veil. She carried a silk bouquet or 
white and purple roses and tinted orchids.: 

The matron of honor was Becky Anderson, 




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Mr. and Mrs. John Goetsch 



Knutson /Goetsch 

Laurie Anne Knutson, daughter of Mr. and 



bride; 
groom 




-sister of the bride. Maid of honor was Holly Mrs. Jerry Knutson, Gurnee,. and John 

Gile, also a sister, of the bride. Bridesmaids Charles Goetsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

were Rachel Johnson, Kim Kilmer and Mary Goetsch,. Glendale, Wis. .were joined in 

Beth Graham, all friends of, the bride; and "marriage at 3 p.m. on Aug. 31 at the Im- 
Lori Konopka , niece of the groom . They wore 
orchid taffeta gowns and carried fans 
highlighted with orchids, daisies and roses. 



The fans were designed by Kristi Gile, sister- 
in-law of the bride. 

The best man was Ronald Carney, brother 
of the groom. Groomsmen were Scott Mose, 
Bob Scheuber, Neal Zupec and Bob Rynkic- 
wizc, all friends of the groom; and Tom Held, 
cousin of the groom. 



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maculate Conception Church, Waukegan by 
Rev. John Q. Corcoran. 

The bride chose an organza gown enhan- 
ced, with beaded pearls and point d'sprit lace. 
It. featured a Victorian neckline and A-line 
skirt which continued into a chapel-length 
train. Her fingertip veil was stitched to a lace 
bridal cap. The maid of honor was Debbie 
Gowe, Gurnee. Bridesmaids were Julie 
Knutson, sister of the bride; Vickie Valukas; 



luaiuuiuicgrwin, -^~~*r*"*t .■•""« wwe uuw, 

Ushers were Rusty' Gile, brother of the ReneeCrispand Wendy Yost. 

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Fred Carney, brother of the 



Junior bride was Heather Anderson, god- 
child of the bride. She was dressed identical 
to the bride. Junior groom was Jimmy Car- 
ney, nephew of the groom. 



Happy Couple 

Klmberly A. Heynis, Woucondo, and Scott L. Wright, 
Peoria, were joined in ■'. marripge. at Immanoal 
Lutheran Church in Peoria by Rev. William Mars ton. 
Following a reception at the Ramada Hotel. Peoria, 
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A registered 

dietician/nutritionist from 
the Lake County Health 
Dept. is available for con- 
sultation to eligible Lake 
County residents. In- 
dividuals . may make ap- 
pointments for the following 
locations: Mid-Lakes 
Medical Building, 6 E. Main 
St., Round Lake Park (312). 
546-6662, Lake County Health 
Dept: offices, 3010 Grand 
Ave.. Waukegan (312) 689- 
6753, and the Belvidere 
Medical Building, 2400 
Belvidere Rd., Waukegan 
( 312)689-67 53. 



The best man was Jim Weber, St. Peter- 
sburg Beach, Fla. Groomsmen were Dave 
Knutson, brother of the bride; Bob Kiefer; 
Jim Goetsch, brother of the groom and Dave 
Utic. 

Ushers were Keith Knutson, brother of the 
bride and Dave Campbelf. 
on-foll owed the ceremony at St — ^e»b-*»»-retttfces hum ten different— 

Edward-sCommunityCenter.lnRockford ' T***- -W^i%- J*^ " at *** 
After a honeymoon trip to Mt. Rushmore ^ff^^on Hall in Waukegan. . _. . ■ 

and Yellowstone Park, the couple is making it*^?™^ ™^ Do^r County, Wis 
their home in Waukegan. , Rm8 ihe couple is making their home In 

The bride attended Northern Illinois The bride graduated from the University 
University in DeKalb. She is presently em- of Wisconsin-Whitewater in August and is 
ployed ^i,field staff supervisor at Quality employed my M & I Northern Bank in 
Care in Gurnee. • '."'■■:'_" "Milwaukee. "' 

The groom also attended Northern Illinois The groom graduated from the University 
University, in DeKalb and is employed as ajj of Wisconsin-Whitewater in May, 1964 and is 
R & D technician at Abbott Laboratories in employed, by- Burger King 'Corp: in 
North Chicago. . Milwaukee. 



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Walsh/Useldlng 

Tina M. Walsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Bernard Walsh of McHenry, and Robert B. 
Uselding, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Uselding or 
Fort Collins, Colo., were joined in marriage 
{ft 2 p.m. on June 22 in a double ring 
ceremony performed by Stephen D. Rasch at 
Moraine Hills State Park in Pike Marsh. 
. The bride was given away by her father. 
. The maid of honor was Wanda Lew, friend 
of the bride. Bridesmaids were Tammy 
Vallango, sister of the bride; and Joyce 
Panhke, friend of the bride and groom. 

The best man was John Panhke, friend of 
the groom. Groomsmen were Guy Pederson 
and Jerry Thomas;- both friends of the 
groom. 

The happy couple, dressed in white gown 
and white 'lux* went from the ceremony to 
the reception at the -Country House 
Restaurant in Antloch, on a .1962 Harley 
Davidson Dressel. — 



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formation to submit, simply~address - the~ 
editor, care of this newspaper. 



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the most comprehensive coverage of local 
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After a honeymoon (bike) trip around 
Lake Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the* 
couple will be making their home in 
McHenry. 

The bride is a 1976 graduate of Grant Com- 
munity High School and is employed by Com- 
monwealth Edison. 

The groom is a 1968 graduate of Onarga 
Military School and also attended Elmhurst 
College. He is employed by Sun Electric. 

Barnett-Fdklcema 

Mrs. Judy Wehrly of Lake Villa and Mr. 
Robert Bamett of Oak Harbor, Wash., an- 
nounce the engagement of their daughter, 
Catherine Bamett to Richard Fakkema, Oak 
Harbor, Washington. 

Catherine is a graduate of Round Lake 
Senior High School and is presently em- 
ployed at Pay-N-Save in Oak Harbor, Wash. 
Richard is a graduate of Oak Harbor High 
School and is employed as a dairy farmer ' 




Licenses 

David «■ «Of1ln«i. Wouk»flon; and 
Mala M. Gaaa. Round loi« Uech, 

Jon M. fcdnor and MkhotH O. Drink. 
»«ji«f.Wo<h»onti. 

John J. Kootf , Ahvt. Oklo.. ond «Sondo_ 
A.Wkhmon.vYHwood. . 

Mlchoat J. Jtawnom ond Korlb M. Sutton, 
SprlngGfOv*. — i 

Cory I. V»ob»fl. Ortxjl lok». ond Sally 
A. Sthna^or, Hound L ok • l«och. 

Abut F. Shownmlil. (found lok* 
bach . and florlndo Corwr. Insbtlda. 

Mot h L. Swanton. Wowhagon. and Judilh 
D. StoHanhogon. Cumn, 

rout H. Vied ond bando i. U«. 
Woucondo, 

Worna A. Jon* ond H*1«n A RoafMltno. 
Round lok* t*och. 
Cory M. i*mt and Jwdlih C. Kawalthl, 
* Mundalakt. 

Martin A. 5lnkoV»c ond Liu I. Rim. 
Antloth. . 



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The Lake County Health 
Dept. offers blood pressure 
testing for.' adults , at ho. 
charge to Lake County 
residents. 

Testing will be held at the 
following times and places. 
No appointment is 
necessary. ■"•■■ 

. Round Lake Park, Avon 
Township Office. 433 E, 
Washington. Nov. 5. 9-10:30 
aim:: Lindenhurst. Lin- 
donhurst Civic •Center. 1049 
Old Elm Rd. Nov., 6. 3-5 
p.m.; Gurnee. Warren- 
Newnorl Public Library; 



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threat for; many ;pf the 

animals of today. If animals 

- Endangered animals are , feel there is not enough safe 

cover, they will not have 

^bab)esL^.;~ 'Y.rYiiv.'- \&Y-Y?<?: 
;~^Tfce tropical forests are 

suffering the most as trees 
.are being cut down at the 

rate of SO acres a minute; 

.People are "changing the 

world in big ways. They take 



species that are having 
trouble staying alive for one' 
; reason or another. 

The ' biggest problem for 
these animals is the over 
number of people. Two \ 
hundred, years ago, •there 
were about one billion people 
on earth and there was 
plenty of living space and 
food for people and animals. 
7 Today, there are 4.5 billion 
people on earth. The animals 
are losing needed land and 
p^t- life -for food.; If the 
population keeps growing, 
there will no longer be food 
and room for the animals to 
live.. '.'". 

-All the plants and animals 
.'are linked together Each 
has a place to keep the world ' 
of nature alive. When a plant 
or species of animal has died 
out or' been removed, the 1 
natural world doesn't work 
"* as well as it did. If we 
remove too many of them, 
' we will some day find our- , 
-selves in a, world that won't 
work at ail. 

People just don't realize 
how very much their own 
survival depends on the 
survival of all the species. 

The insects help plants to 
reproduce as they pollinate 
them. They are also food for 
some birds and ' small 
mammals. There are many 



Usually, the:. birds, are 
smuggled across the border. 
So; to keep them quiet, the 
beaks are taped shut and 
their feet tied together. They 
are sacked or wrapped in 
newspaper; At this point, 
many die froni lack of air 
and rough handling. . For 
every one bird' that comes 
through all of this alive, at 




skins and/or unusual parts 
are in danger. ; Some parts 
are used for Jewelry. Some 
people feel ; parts of animal 
bodies have magical powers. 

Fur coats are taken from 
beautiful Y animals, that 
elegant look some selfish 
people: think -they need. 
: Fancy things are made from 
beautiful snakes such as 
bells, boots, purses, etc. 

Some animals are hunted 
and put on the wall- Uke 





away land and pull down 

trees in large numbers. 

When people like something. 

that nature has, they take 

too much... 
People pollute the places 

where animals need to live. 

The animals are killed by 
our mess and our chemicals. 
Everyday, tons and tons of 
garbage and waste are put 
into the waters on earth.' 

Millions of animals are 
trapped and sold as pets. 
People don't realize that 
most of the beautiful and 
unusual animals in' pet 
stores had been taken from 
the wild. The tropical forests 
were once filled with birds. 



" least four oimers have died. 

Pet shops also sell animals 
that haven't been taken from 
the wild, but are raised for 
pets. They can be wonderful 
pets and it leaves the wild 
animals in the wild. . Wild 
animals do not make good 
pets. 

Animals with beautiful 



* The Citizens Utility Board 
(CUB) has challenged the 
Illinois Commerce Com- 
mission (ICC) to "wake up", 
and heed the mandate ofthe- 
state's new Public utilities 
'Act by halting construction 
of Commonwealth Edison's 
Braidwood nuclear plant; a 
move that would save con-, 
sumers $1.86 billion. 

;'; "The legislature has sent a 
.clear message to the IOC 



trophies just because they 
are already rare.- 'Abo, 
animals are put in danger as 
they are .; used ; even iroen f 
there, are other : sources; to , 
get the same product. 
; rOtoce > we ' have / lost : * a 
species of animals, they are; 
goneforever. . 

You can help by following 
these seven steps: 1) I^ara 
as much as you can about 
nature; 2) Write letters, to 
people with power and let 
I them know what you; fed 



enges 

that it is troubled by con- 
sumers being forced to pay 
outrageous rates for power 
plaints that are not needed," 
Susan Stewart, executive 
director of CUB, said. 'The 
ICC has. been asleep at; the 
wheel on' this issue. But they 
how have a chance to wake 
up and demonstrate theu- 
commitment to carrying out 
the mandate of the • 
legislature." 



?bouH be done to saW uV 
entered species; 3)^1 

toenda^eredspecies.AS^ 
teach them why- they^ 
***?*&***; 4) Don't ■'El 
ani m a l s that have beeF 
; taken from the wild; 5) dS 
buy products made fn*n ; 
wild animals; 6) Suiaortll 
zoos that arebreeding^l 
dangered ^species and 7)t 
Supp ort or ganizations that 
are. working to save 
da tigered species. 



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utifity watchdog group, win 
Die a brief with the ioc 
ch a rgin g that continued con- 
struction ( of Braidwood • 
violates the stale's- new 
Public Utilities Act,* which 
charges the ICC with 
monitoring the creation of 
excess capacity. Excess: 
«pa#y. is a utility's utility 
to generate electricity in ex- 
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animals that eat plants and 
in turn., these animals 
provide food for the meat- 
eating animals. Should any 
of these become extinct, a 
chain of species could die 
out. - . — "-' 

Just like people, they need 
places to live, to find food, 
and to raise their young in 
safety.' The loss of their 
habitat is a very serious 



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million wild birds are 
trapped. 

The parrots are very 
popular as pets.- However, 
for every five caught by nets 
about two die of shock. ' 

They are jammed into tiny 
cages for shipping and of ten 
given little food or care. So, 
one of every five die at this 
stage. 



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"LET'S TALK 
CAULKING" 

Firsts survey your- 

house from the 
outside. Look for 
gaps in the exterior ' 
walls where you need 
caulk. Note any 
missing or sun dried 
caulk especially on . 
the south side of your 
house. 

Here s where to look: 
■ Around all window 
and door frames 
■Around exhaust tan . 
outlets (bath, kitchen or laundry) ■Around window air 
conditioners ■ Around holes cut for hose faucet; wires 
and pipes ■ Around the chimney ■ Around lighting 
fixtures ■ Where masonry and siding meet. 

Caulk is a flexible sealant designed to fill cracks and 
gaps in fixed joints of a house. One tube will fill about 25 
feet of a narrow V*' crack or two small windows. In home 
centers and hardware stores you'll find a variety of caulks 
to choose from, bu{ don't let that scare you. Ordinary 
latex caulk is easy to use and cleanup, and a good bet for 
the first time user. Sikonized^ulk is more expensive, 
but it lasts considerably longer. If you can afford to use a 
better grade of caulking you won't have to re-do the job 
every few years. ' ./ " . » . 

Check the label to seer if the caulk can be painted*. 

how long it takes to.dry, the type thinner recommended 

for cleanup arid what the temperature requirements are. . 

Don't forget to purchase a caulk gun, unless you 

purchase caulk 

that comes in 

pressurized cans. 

Caulk guns usually 

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joint thoroughly 

and let dry. Bl 

Cut *< tufegP off at a 45 degree/angle making a W 

opening. B| With the tube in the g^. b^ .^ s-,1 

with a nail B Place the no^le inU?e *££!£ ^etie 

the trigger while pushing the tube away from youu> ^ 

the gap. ■ Fill deep cracks with several beads of caulk/ 

■ Clean lip immediately and put a nail in the tube ?> 

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\ ■ ■: _ WEATHERSTRIPPING— 
THE INDOOR SOLUTION 

Weatherstripping is the best way to stop air leaks. , 
To detect hidden drafts inside, rnake yourlown 




distress flag by taping a piece. of tissue to a pencil. On a 

breezy day use this detector to find air leaks by holding 

it near window sills and doorways. If the tissue moves, 

youVe located a spot that needs weatherstripping 

Herts where to look for drafts: ■Around all windows 

and door frames ■ Space around pulleys in double-hung 

windows ■ At electrical wall outlets and switches in 

exterior walls* Around heating registers. 
Weatherstripping 

comes in marry forms. For . 

instance there are threshold 

weatherstripping materials . 

designed to fill the gap 

between the bottom of a 

door and floor. For doors 

and windows, there's 

spring metal or brass 

weatherstripping that's 

inexpensive and effective. 

Self-adhesive plastic 

weatherstripping is more expensive but easier to install. 

As a handy temporary sealer, you can use caulking rope or cord. 
For electrical outlets and light switches, low cost 

foam rubber gaskets can / 
be used to seal gaps. — 
And, in your garage 
molded stripping is 
available to seal your ': 
garage door. 

Installation is easy 
and youll find instruc- 
tions with each of these 
products. Metal weathS'- 
„ _ stripping is easily cut with 

a heavy scissors or tin snips. Platfiic is cut with a knifeor 

scissors. Before applying adhesrve-backed weatherstripping; 

clean the surface behind the glue for maximum grip. 
NOWS THE TIME. : 

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caulking and weatherstripping. So why not start now? 
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Sco'U-M-. Drabant, 302 Park 
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Director for Regions of the 
Illinois : Pharmicists^Assn: : 
(IPhA). \ 

. v The installation ceremony . 
..will take place, at the 105th 
'Annual Convention and 
Exhibition of the IPhA on 
Saturday evening, Nov. 2, at 
the Westin-O'Hare Hotel in 
Rosemont: 

Drabant, who was elected 
r by the IPhA members in his 
region, .received a bac- 
calaureate degree in phar- 
macy r . from : Creightbn 
University in 1977. He prat, 
tices pharmacy at Cavett 
Zion Drugs in Zion. Scott is 
presently editor of PRN, 
JLake County Pharmacists 
: Assn's. monthly newsletter. _ 



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It will take approximately 
four months to change 
ownership of Zion State 
Bank and Trust Co. from a 
holding company to Premier 
Baricorpbration, Inc., a 
multi-bank holding com-' 

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lloren D, Storey, President 
of First Shiloh Bancshares, . 
Inc. and- Zion. State;, and 
Larry . L. McGregor, 
president of Premier Ban- 
corporation, Inc., jointly an- 
nounced an agreement 'in 

.principle; - for .Premier to 

.^acquire from First Shiloh all 
of the issued and outstanding 

' . shares of Zion State; . 

Total expected purchase 
price will be approximately 
$8,300,000, subject to ad- 
justment under certain cir- 
cumstances. Zion State is a 
wholly, owned subsidiary of 
First Shiloh Bancshares, 

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The new owneriopf the True Value 'Hardware Store' in Linden Plaza, Llndenhurst 
are, from left, Stan and George Livermoore, Eagan Sorrensen and Bob Leavirt. 

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to preparation and execution 
of a definitive agreement 
and approval of that 
agreement by the Boards of 
Directors of First Shiloh and 
Premier and approval by the 
shareholders of First Shiloh. 
The transaction will be com- 





pleted early in 1986.- 
. Zion State at Sept. 30, 1385 
it had. total assets' of 
*108,000.000. 

Premier Bancorporation, 

Inc.. is a multi-bank holding 

company which owns the 

Golf Mill State Bank (Niles). 

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GraysiaKe National Bank, 
Libertyville National Bank, 
First National Bank of Mun- 
delein and The Premier 
Bank of Vernon Hills. At Sep- 
tember 30, 1985,' The 
Premjer Banks had total 
assets of $361,000,000. 




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York Stock Exchange M»mber Rim, 
tervlng Cfwogolomf for mora than 50 
years. ..•_■:,-' 

Brokerage Accounts Insured to 
% 500,000 by SIPC. 

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sophisticated investors are 
expected to attend the 16th 
semi-annual' Financial 
Strategies . Expo sponsored 
by Strom Financial Plan- 
ning. Inc., Saturday, Oct! 26, 
beginning at 9. a.m. with a 
continental' breakfast and 
closing at lp;m. 

The <■ sessions, which are 
open to the public, again will 
be held in % the , relaxing 
marble and walnut at 



EXPO attendees on Federal 
income lax legislation, 

conccnLrating on the im pact 
of proposed changes on 
investment decisions. . 





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Good For Business 

The hometown Lakeland 
Newspapers offer the most 
comprehensive coverage of 
local business, of any 
available publication, 
another reason why reading, 
this paper regularly makes 
sense. 



m^Rere-or Lake-Forest-KLakeCounly ( CLC> students 
Academy, 1500 West Kcn-e/^eP^s^d^heJllino.s^er- 
nedy Rd. (IL Rte. 60). Cost is 



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only (5 in advance or $10 at 
'the door if space is 
available; seating is limited. 
Frank V. Battle. ; Jr., 
partner with the prestigious 
major law firm of Sidley & 
Austin, will be the keynote 
speaker, lie will update 



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What is AittaffitBiont? 

The formol od of calling a criminal 
dbfandant info opan court, Inform- 
ing him of the offento with which ^^^ TV ** f ' 
ho it charged, and asking him whether he U guilty or 
not guilty. 

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A strip search Is allowed when one Is arrested for a 
felony, or when there is ^reasonable belief that one 
Is concealing a weapon or possessing drugs. No body 
cavity search Is allowed with a search warrant.— 

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Are statements made while mtder hypnosis ad- 
missible in court? 

"Ttoros-with-^taternents made while under the ih-~ 
fluence of a "truth serum", or lie-detector results, our 
courts doubt the reliability of such evidence. 

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They include: Diane Coke, 
Gurrice; Susan Coletta, Mun- 
delcin; and Joy Gumz, 
McHenry; 

"The "success of these 
students .demonstrates the 
quality of instruction in our 
accounting program both for 
the student preparing for the 
CPA and the studcnt>secking 
to enter the accounting 
■ profession through the com- 
pletion of the Associate of 
Applied Science degree," 
said CLC Associate Dean of 
the business division, Don 
Holland.- "The program is 
structured so students, can 
blend into it at wherever 
they are educationally." . 

CLC offers accounting 
courses through the business 
division. For more in- 
formation, call Holland at 
1312) 223-GG01. extension 515. 

Haviland 
Ranks 1 st 

Dave Haviland, 276 

Lakewood Dr\ Antioch, 
placed first in pre-flight 
safety in a two-day national 
competition at Southern 
Illinois University-Carbon- 

Haviland. a SIO^BtudenU 
is po-cuptain orAUie schools 
PJ,^ Salukis. Haviland 
placed sixth In computer 
accuracy. 10 th place In 
power- off accruocy landings 
and . 10th ■ in short-field ac- 
curacy landings. 




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backed'securities (Ginnie Mae pass-throughs as they're 
popularly known) offer the investor some unique opportuni- 
ties and advantages. - 1 - 

• A dependable, monthly check from interest and 
amortization. 

• Principal and interest guaranteed by the US. government. 

Many older Americans have found Ginnie Maes to be . 
the perfect way to supplement their social security and 
retirement income. And many other investors have discov- 
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PaineWebber maintains an active secondary market in 
existing Ginnie Mae pass-throughs. So call to find out the * 
possible benefits of GNMA securities for your investment 
needs. Or, mail this coupon for our free brochure, 
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Funeral services ; for 
Bortie v ;S; Bouraa, 85, • of 
Round Lake were held on 
Vjtursday^fM. 17 at Strang 
FuneraJI' .Chapel in 
Grayslake.- 

Mrs:' Bouma died on 
Tuesday, Oct. 15 at Condell 
Memorial Hospital in 
Litertyville: She was born 
on Oct. 29, 1899 in Kirks vi lie.: 
. Mo. ; a rid had made her home 
in Round Lake for over 30 
years. 

Survivors include one 
daughter; Betty t Arvid) . 
Carlin of Chicago; one son, , 
Harley (Virginia) Bouma, : 
Jr. of Grays lake; one sister;. . 
one brother; seven grand- 
children; and .10 great- 
grandchildren. 

Interment was at Avon 
Centre Cemetery, north of 
Grayslake. 

Harry Hironimus 

. Funeral services for 
Harry Hironimus, 78, oL 
Round Lake were held on 
Saturday, Oct. 19 at Strang 
Funeral Chapel in 
Grayslake. 

Mr. Hironimus died on 
Wednesday. Oct. 16 in 
Chicago. He was born on ■ 
March 22. 1907 in Voto. and 
had remained a lifelong 
resident of this area. 

Survivors include four 
daughters, Jean Johnson of 
Lake Beach. 



Hound Lake Beach. Yvonne 
Hironimus of Canoga Park, 
Calif.. Marjorie (Edward) 
Locke of Volo and Norma 
(John) Robinson of Round 
Lake Park; two sons. Wesley 
- A. of Kenosha, Wis,, and 
Richard (Janet) of 
Highland, lnd.; two sisters; 
two brothers; and numerous 
other relatives. 

Interment was at Fort Hill 
Cemetery, west of Round 
Lake. 

Elmer Wirth 

Funeral .services for 
Elmer T. Wirth; 92. of 
Gurnce were held on 
Saturday. Oct. 19 in Gurnce. 

Mr. Wirt h died on_Ihux^ 
sday, Oct. 17 in Lake Bluff. 
He was born on June 12. 1893 
on Dilley Rd. in Warren 
Tup . and had been a 
lifelong resident of this area. 

Survivors include his son. 
Marlon (Marion) Wirth of 
Gurnce; four grandchildren; 
and seven great- 
grandchildren. 

Interment was at Warren 
Cemetery in Gurnce. 

Bonnie Wendt 

Funeral services for 
Bonnie Elizabeth Wendt. 59. 
of Gurnce were held 
Thursday. Oct. 17 in Zion 

Mrs. Wendt died on 
Monday.' Oct. 14 at home. 
She was born on Nov. 15. 1926 
in North Chicago. 

Survivors include her 
husband Everette; one 
daughter. Sharon (Daniel) 
Brosky of Lake Villa; three 
w»ndchildren; two _great*_ 
2XS»«dwmi one brother; 
^ister-.andoncnieee. 

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Sobon 

'Funeral services for 
■ Chester . Sobon,' 65, of Lin- 
deritiurst were held on 
Friday, Oct. 18 in Mundelein. 
Mr. Sobon died on OcL 15 
at his home. He was born on 
June 29, 1920 in Chicago, and 
had - been ; a Mundelein 

-resident for many, years 
before moving to Lin- 

. denhurst. '.. . ' .'■:■:■■' 
Survivors include his wife, 
Bernice; two sons, Peter of 
Lindenhurst and Thomas 
(Jennifer) of Eugene, Ore. ; 
one granddaughter; eight 
sisters; and two brothers. 

AdeleBelich 

Funeral mass for Adclc 
Bclich. 62, formerly of 
Gurnce, Was held on Oct. 7 in 
California. 

Mrs. Belich (nee 
DeMeyer) died on Oct. 4. 
Survivors include her 
husband, Michael; three - 
.daughters, Cathy (Albert) 
Turnbaugh of Martinez, 
Calif.. Cheryl (John) 
Langmaid of California and 
Michelle at home; four 
grandchildren; and three 
sisters. 

Interment was at 
Riverside Cemetery. 

LeRoy Kanzler 

Mass of the Resurrection 
for LeRoy Kanzler, 57. of 
Wauconda was held on 
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Wauconda. 

Mr. kanzler died on Oct. 16 
at his home. He was born on 
Jan. 10, 11928. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Eleanor; four sons, David 
(Jody) of . Wauconda; 
Rudolph (Joan) of McHcnry, 
Kenneth of Wauconda and 
James (Estacia) of Round 
Lake; one daughlcr, Audrey 
of Las Vegas, Nov.; eight 
gra ndch ildren ; one brother ; 
and two sisters. 

Interment was at Win- 
dridge Cemetery in Cary. 

Ted Smith 

Funeral services with 
Mass of Chri stjaiLflurJaLfoc- 
Ted "Butch" Smith. Jr., 20, 
of Antioch were held on 
Wednesday. Oct. 16 in An- 
tioch. 

Mr. Smith died on 
Saturday, Oct. 12. He was 
born on Aug. II. 1965 in 



James Cant| 

Funeral services for 
James W. Campbell, 40, of 
Park City were held on Mon- 
day, Oct 21 in Gurnee. 

Mr. Campbell died on 
Thursday, Oct. 17 In 
Highland Part He was bom 
on Oct. 4, 1945 in Waukegan. 

Survivors 'include his 
mother and father, Orville 
and Geneva Campbell, of 
Arkansas; an uncle and 
aunt, Donald and Helen. 
Moser of Waukegan; and his 
grandparents, Charles and 
Behlah Strahs of Arkansas. 
.Interment was at North 
Shore- Garden of Memories 
in North Chicago. 

Harof Christian 

Funeral mass for Hazel H. 
Christian, 85, of Waukegan 
was held on Wednesday, Oct 
■23 in Waukegan. 

Mrs. Christian died on 
Sunday,' Oct- 20 at the 
Terrace Nursing Home . in 
Waukegan. She was born on 
July 3, 1900 in Chicago, and 
had been an area resident i 
most of her life. 

Survivors, include her 
husband, Stanley M. 
Christian, a former sheriff of 
Lake County; two . sons, 
Richard C. Christian, judge 
of the Circuit Court of Lake 
County, Russell E. (Shirley) 
Christian, a trustee of the 
Village of Grayslake; th req_ 
sisters; seven ? grand- 
children; two great- 
grandchildren; and many 
other relatives. 

Interment was at North 
Shore Garden of Memories 
in North Chicago. 



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CZ TcounTy Democratic countywide of- ^^^^SSSh ?^^ •£ 
^WdfcaDiiearing faster, than ^ V^^^^S^^^^^^iaS. 



ficials are disappearing 



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have lost three countywide offices m the past / 
seven years. Both Democratic Sheriff E. J, 
"Chick" UMagdekine and State's AUy. 



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. one of the boys." Stern explained ihat "S 

C-rAinl^A boy«^ ^represented . the enlrencS 

DlC? 111 IV" Republican "cairthousc gang • *bon7S 

-accused of giving the county corruption ant 
"mediocrity 1 ' y; . in public service. SJ 
Democratic nominee: accused Gcnttso) 
with being a member of the "courthouse 
gang." She also cl aimed th at her opponent 
did not provide enough ballots and votnv 
machines on election days, causing w 
delays for voters. 

Gerretsen may have aliens led naar 
voters by refusing to maintain regular office 
hours on Saturdays, an issue that Mrs. Stern 
criticitcd him f or in ber regular neaspaptr 
columns. The Republican incumbent wasif. 
flictcd with overaxrfidencc and did Utile 
For the first lime in 36 years, Lake County campaigning. He depended upon the predk- 
voters elected a Democrat to a county office. ti<>os > of par^ teaoere that he would be 
in 1970. Grace Mary Stem of Highland Park reelected to a second term by 1 5,000 voles. . 
became only the third Democrat elected to Stem achieved her victory by ody 
Lake County office since the Civil War. Until carrying five of Lake County's 18 township. 
1970, only one Democratic sheriff < 1B90) and Hcr^clection was shaped in the tradiUocaflj 
one Democratic county clerk (1934) had Democratic townships of Waukegan aod 
broken the GOP reign over the county of- Deerfield (her home base). Stern defeated 
fices. . her Republican opp onent by 9.416 vol s 

— Mrs^Sternrwife-of-the then Dduouauc • these two townships. She also captured Ben. 
county. chairman Herbert L. "Huh" Stern, 
defeated incumbent Republican clerk, 



On Politics 



Dennis were defeated for reelection. And 
Clerk of the Circuit Clerk Salty Deadrick Cof- 
felt switched to the Republican party in 1982. 
Yet the Democrats have m onopo lr rrd the 
county clerk's office for last IS years. We're 
going to analyze how the Lake County 
Democrats have won the clerk's position in 
four consecutive elections. 



Slate 
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Truman Gerretsen, by 904 votes out of 92,974 
cast in the election. Stern received a bigger 
vote than Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson III, 
who beat. Republican incumbent Ralph T. 
Smith, for the VS. Senate. Stern registered 
46,939 votes while Stevenson captured 46,371 
in Lake County. 

Stern was an. unusually attractive 
Democratic candidate. She bad achieved 
name recognition by writing a column called 



ton (50.9 percent), Fremont (51.1 percent), 
and Warren (55.9 percent) twps. Mrs. Stem 
only lost Libertyviile Twp, by only 10 votes 
out of 6,960 votes recorded in the contest 

But she couldn't have been ekcled without 
attracting Republican ticket-splitters to her 
normal Democratic party base. Stern tost 
the straight party ballots by 9,515 votes while - 
she captured the split tickets by 10,419. She 
received 26,806 split votes out of 43,193 cast ia 
Lake County in 1970. 
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A free program about 

Acquired Immune 

Deficiency Syndrome 

_LAIDS)_will_be-offered-aH 

Good Shpherd Hospital 



Smoke Alarms On 
Sale Until Oct. 31 



Serve On 
Council 



Smoke — alarms 



Waukegan, and had lived in 
Antioch all of his life. 

Survivors include his 
parents. Theodore* and 
Blaine Smith of Antioch ; twp 
sisters; and one nephew. 

Interment was at Mount 
Carmel Cemetery in An- 
tioch. 



Friday, Nov. 1. 

Donald Bilie, R.N.. Ph.D., 
of DcPaul University's 
School of Nursing, will 
present the one-hour 
program for general 
audiences at 2 p.m.- and 
again --at 4 p.m. in the 
Prairie/Lakeview rooms of 
the hospital. 

For more information, call 
(312) 381-9600 and ask for the 
hospital's infection control 
practitioner. ^ — 



available Tuesdays . and 
Thursdays until Oct 31 forts 
through a joint campaign to 
save lives through . carry 
detection of fire cf Ihe An- 
tioch Fire Department and 
the Antioch Rotary dob. 

Peoptemtte Village of An- 
tioch and Antioch Twp, can 
purchase the smoke alarms MapktiVorpe. 



Robert and Alice Golding, 
(batterie»incloded>betwe*jj o f Aiiti ud i, have beenselec: 
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. from the ted to serve on the Parents' 
fire station on Holbeck Dr. 
Other arrangements can be 
made by calling Mrs. Carney 
at39S-S5Il. 

More than 130 smoke alar- 
ms have been pmrhaied by 
res iden ts since the program 
began, according to a report 
by Antioch Fire Chief Todd 



Council of Lake Forest 
Academy -Perry Hall 

The couple will represent 
the class of 19B8. The council 
is the governing board of the 
LFA-FU Patents' 

Association, a support group 
for the coeducational college 
preparatory school in Lake 
Forest 



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ID Market to Market 
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Gurnml Bun 
B World Tomorrow 
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I If* Your Business 
I Larry Jones Show 
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OMuppets, Babies 
Monster* 
Smurfs 
J Ewoks/Droid* 
itureHour 
Garner Ted Arm*- 



© Creet Outdoor! 
' S. ■ c ««Hnllom That 
Delicate Balance (CC) 
■■■'•• > Championship 
Wrestling from Geor- 
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© Glgglesnort Hottl 
Cinema, Cinema 
Rompor Room * 
Toddler's Friend* 
IespnJ Revco's World 
ClassWomen 
8:30 O Minority Report 
Outdoor Wisconsin 
New Zoo Revue 
Woody Woodpecker 
• Business of 
Management 
©Secret Place 
lESPNl Championship 
Roller Derby: ■ , ' 
9:00 O Hulk Hotan's Rock 
'n' Wrestling 
O MOVIE: 'Jungle 
Book* ■ . 

jB Galactic 
Guardians 
O Chartando 
This Old House 
(CC) 

Square Foot 
■ Gardening 
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Tom & Jerry . 

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Davey 1 Goliath 

(HBO) Inild* The NFL 

© © Punky Brewster 

13 Ghosts of 

Seooby-Doo - 

People to People . 

10 Motorweek 

O Woodwright'* Shop 

©Popeye 

Simple Gifts - , .i 

Bible Bowl 

(ESPN) A.W.A. Cham- 

plonshlp Wrestling 

O CBS Storybraak 

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Mr. T. 
Alvln and the 
Chipmunks 
Seooby's 
Mystery Funhoute 
O Wild Kingdom 
Sneak Preview* 
CNN Headline 
News 

Ernest Anf Icy 
© Comedy Classic* 
Computers In th* 
Classroom. 
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[HBOl MOVIE: -Karate 
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10 Chill 

12 Comedian Sales . 

15 She* Kryelle 

18 Baxter or Bancroft 

20 At leisure 

2 1 Electronic data 
processing; abbr. 

22 Not right 

24 Kind of police car 

25 Mama's male 
28 High card 

31 Small • 

32 Talk enthusiastically 
34 Boisterous 

38 Publicize* 

37 "Msy barest In peace" 

abbr. (clue lo punle 

answer) . 
30 Actor Owen E. — 

41 Employ* 

42 Musician Arils — 



5 Ocean movement (clue 
to puzzle answer) 

8 Monogram lor Cohen 
7 Ten years 

6 Actress Raven 
11 Spanish coin 

13 Solo ' 

14 He's Hannibal 

16 Jay on "We Got It 
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10:30PM 




7:00PM O — The Amaz- 
ing Howard; 
Hughes' Part 1 
• The life of one of 
the world's most* 
wealthy and mys- 
terious men - is 
traced. ..Tommy 
Lee -Jones, Ed 
Flanders, James 
. Hampton. 1977. 

. [HBO] -The Big 

. v-': Red .One' A com- 

bat veteran leads 
his battalion .of 
young soldiers 
Into battle. Lee 
Marvin, Mark 
Hamlll, Robert 
Carradine. 1980. 
Rated PG. , ' 
10:00PM [HBO] - 'AS of 
Me' (CC) When a 
>2_ spirit, transplant 

" goes awry,: a 
struggling lawyer 
finds a weathly 
female eccentric 
has occuppled the 
other half of his 
body. Steve Mar- 
tin, Lily Tomlin. 
Dana ' . Elcar. 
1984. Rated PG. 







10:30PM Si - There's a 
Girt in My Soup' A 

■ middle-aged, so- 
phisticated gour- 
met - columnist 
finds his life dis- 
rupted when a 
kookie girl moves 

' in on him. Peter 
Sellers. Gbldie 
Hawn, Tony Brit- 
- .ton. 1970. 

11:10PM 8 — 'Planet 
Earth' A 20th cen- 
tury American as- 
tronaut, trans- 
ported Into the 
22nd century. Is 
captured and en- 
slaved by a 
. female- 
dominated so- 
ciety, John Saxon, 
Diana Muldaur, 
Janet Margolin. 
1974: 
O — 'Elmer Gan- 
try* A newspaper 
man tries to ex- 
pose the indiscre- 
tions of an oppor- 
tunist and an 
evangelist Burt 
Lancaster, Jean 
Simmons, Shirley 
Jones. 1.960. 
[HBO] — 'Monty 
Python's Meaning 
of Life" Monty Py- 
thon takes a. look 
- at the ultimate 
questions of the 
' - universe, John 
Cleese, Graham 
Chapman, Mi- 
chael Palin. 
1983. Rated R. 

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10/25/85 



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7:00PM O — 'Amazing 
Howard Hughes' 
Part 2 
[HBO] - The 
Park Is Mine' 
(CC) In an at- 
tempt to publicize 
the problems of 
the Vietnam vet 
an unstable 

former soldier 
takes Central 
Park hostage. 
Tommy Lee 

Jones. Helen 

ftOOPM [HBO] - '10' 

Caught in a mid- 
' • life crisis, a man 
pursues his 

dream girl. Dudley 
Moore, Julie An- 
drews, Bo Derek. 
» 1979. Rated R. 



— 'Blade of 
Hong Kong 1 A pri- 
vate Investigator 
puts all his know- 
ledge to good use 
when an attempt' 
Is made on .his 
adoptive father's 
life. Terry Lester, 
Anthony Newiey, 
Leslie Nielsen. 
1985. 



1 1:00PM UP — 'Swimmer* A 
middle-aged man 

: ~ contemplates his 
life while swim- 
ming from pool to 
pool as he trav- 
erses the Connec- 
ticut countryside. 
Burt Lancaster, 
Janice Rule, Kim 
Hunter. 1968. 

11:30PM ©-Threshold' a 
heart surgeon 
must withstand 
the pressure, of 
performing, 'the 
first' artificial- 
heart transplant 
Donald Suther- 
-._land. Jeff_Gold- ! 
• .':.. btum',. Mare Win-, 
nlngham. 1982. 
(HBO) - 'Flash- 
point* (CC) Two 
American border 
. guards patrolling 
the remote Texas 
desert discover a 
half buried jeep 
containing a ske- ■ 
feton and 

$800,000 In 
cash. Treat Wii- 
' Hams. Kris Krisof. 
ferson, Tess Har- 
, per. 19B4.Rated 

SATURDAY 
10/26/85 

1:30PM — 'Abbott and 
Costetto hi So-. 
defy" Two plum- 
bers and. a girl 

taxicab'driv'er are 
mistaken for 
guests at a swank 
party. Bud Abbott 
Lou Costello. 

Klrby Grant 

1944. 

© — The Black 
Cat' Strange mur- 
ders occur at the 

reading of a will. 
Basil Rathbone, 
Nigel Bruce, Hugh 
Herbert. 1941 



7:00PM O — 'King Kong 
Escapes' Kong 
• -willingly falls un- 
der the spell of a 
beautiful girl, and 
saves her from 
monsters on land 
and sea. Linda 
Miller, Rhodes 
Reason. Mie 

Hama. 1968. 
CD — 'A Night to 
Remember' The 
sinking of the Ti- 
*> tanic is viewed 

through the eyes 
of some of Its pas- 
sengers. Kenneth 
More, Honor 

Btackman, David 
McCallum. 1958. 
[HBO] - 'Rom- 
ancing the Stone' 
A writer of rom- 
ance fiction lives 
one of her plots 
when she goes 
into the jungle to 
rescue her sister. 
Michael Douglas. 
Kathleen Turner, 
Danny DeVito. 
1984. Rated PG. 

8:00PM 



LJ — 'Child- 
ren of the Night' 
(CC) Based on s 
true story, a so- 
ciology student 
researching a 
thesis on female 
crime offers her 
apartment to 
teenage prosti- 
tutes seeking re- 
fuge. Kathleen 
Quintan, Nicholas " 



Campbell. Mario 
r- Van 'Peebles, ; 
1985. 

9:30PM [HBO] — 'Karate 

Kid" (CC) A teena- 
ger bullied by 
- schoolmates, 
tarns': and. mas- 
ters karate from a 
. Japanese friend. 
' Ralph Mecchlo, 
. Norriyukl Morita; 
Elisabeth Shoe. 
- 1984. Rated PG. 
10:30PM O — 'Serpico' A 
policeman sacrif- 
ices his career, 
and almost his 
fife, to expose top- 
level corruption in 
the New York City ■_ 
■.Police Depart- 
ment At Padno. 
1973. 

■11:30PM [HBO] — 'Against 
All Odds* (CC) An . 
ex-pro athlete Is 
. hired by a petty 
hood to locate his 
runaway glrif- . 
riend. . ..^Jeff_ 
Bridges, ' . Rachel 
Ward, James. . 
Woods: .1984. 
Rated R. • 

12:00AM CD — 'Count Three 
and Pray' After 
the Civil War, a 
.... rogue becomes a 
' pastor and uses 
his, former know- 
ledge to rebuild 
the church. Van 
Heflln, Joanne 
Woodward, Phil' 
~ Carey. 1955. 



SUNDAY 
10/27/85 

12:00PM — 'Mr. Moto In 
. Danger Island* 

Mr. Moto goes to 
Puerto Rico to 
stop the smug- 
.** '~~ gling of diamonds 
In the. Islands. Pe- 
ter Lorre,- Jean 
Hersholt Amanda 
Duff. 1939, 
© — 'Adventures 
. of Curly and His 
. Gang* 

1:30PM — 'A Letter to 
Three .. Whre»' 
Three, country- 
club wives get a 
letter from a 
friend informing 
. them, she Is elbp- 
■ ing with the hus- 
band of one. 
\ Jeanne • ' Grain, 

Unda Darnell, Ann 
Southern. 1949 

2:00PM €D— Scared Stiff 
A singer flees with 
a busboy friend 
when he thinks 
he's killed a man. 
Dean Martin, 
Jerry Lewis, Liza- 
beth Scott 1953. 

3:30PM © — rrne Crim- 
son Pirate* An 
18th century pir- 
ate captures a 
king's ship carry- 
ing ammunition, 
arms and an em- 
issary ordered to 
. crush a rebellion. 
Burt Lancaster, 
, Nick Cravat, Eva 
Bartok. 1952. 

4:00PM €9 - The Long 
Duet' An arch eo le- 
gist becomes em- 
broiled in the trou- 
bles of a tribe of 
Indian nomads. 
Yul Brynner, Tre- 
vor Howard, Char- 
lotte Rampltng. 
1967. 

5:30PM - 'Family 
Flight' A flying va- 
cation for an at- 
odds family turns 
into a battle for 
survival. Rod Tay- 
lor, Dma Merrill, 
Km si offer T abon, 
1972 

7:00PM [HBO] - 'Missing 
tn Action' An 
American Army 



colonel, trying to. 

■ ■'_ - -convinca- :~» the 
world that MlA's 
are- «tJH Impri- 
soned In Vietnam, 
accompanies 'a 
Senate investiga- 
tion committee to 
' HoChlMlnhpty. 
Chuck . Norris. 
. - 1984. Rated R~, 

8:00PM O — *Crime 
of Innocence' A 
" 'teenage girl em 
.dures a nlght- 
. mare when she Is 
unjustly Impri- 
soned In an adult 
JalL Andy Gritfith, 
Diane Ladd, Ralph 
Walte. 1985. 

9:00PM [HBO] — *Swing 
Shi ft ' (CC) A 
woman finds her- 
serf caught In a 
etangle when she 
trades household 
duties for a job In 
a factory. Gold ie 
Hawn,'' Christine 
lahtL Kurt Russell,. 
1984. Rated PG. 

10:45PM [HBO] — ■Grand- 
view USX. (CC) 
An .Independent- 
minded raceway 
. . ■' owner battles 
i . small-town cor- , 

rupUon .to retain 
, . > control of . her 

track, while em- 
barking upon an 
• affair with a youn- 
ger man. Jamie 
Lee Curtis, C. Tho- 
• ;. mas Howell, Pa- 
trick Swayze. 
1984. Rated PG. 
H-.OOPmO — The TWet 
- Who Came to Dm- 
. .ner* A computer - 
expert leaves his 
straight life to be- 
come a . jewel 
thief. - Ryan 
• O'Neal, Jacque- 
line Bisset War- 
ren Gates. 1973. 

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10/28/85 

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7:00PM IHBOI - T>»h- 
poW. (CC) Two 
American border 
guards patrolling 
the remote Texas 
desert discover a 
half buried jeep 
containing a ske- 
leton - and 
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— .cash.-Treat-Wilr 

liams. Kris Krisof- 
• " ferson, Tess Har- 
per. 1984,Rati 
R. 
8:00PM ©0 — 'A 

to Uve' (CC) 

courageous 
woman finds new 
- family strength as 
her son struggles 
against muscular 
dystrophy. Uza 
Minnelli, Jeffrey 
De Munn, Swoozie 
Kurtz. 1985. 

€0 — 'Hell Night' A 
group of fraternity 
pledges spends 
the night In a 
haunted house. 
Unda Blair, Vin- 
cent Van Patten. 
1981. 
8:30PM (HBO] -'Give My 
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star hies to re- 
trieve, the stolen 
master tape of his 
forthcoming al- 
bum. Paul 
McCartney, Rlngo 
Starr, ' . Unda 
McCartney. 
1984: Rated PG. 



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ten year old boy is 
taught by a re- 
tired Army colonel 
about nature and 
a white colt that 
runs wild on Dart- 
moor. John Mills, 
Mark Lester, Syl- 
via Sims, Gordon 
Jackson. 1969 

— Threesome' 
A man recently 
separated from 
his wife tries to 
put his life back 
together by taking 
on New York Ci- 
ty's singles scene. 
Stephen Collins, 
Deborah Raffin, 
Joel Hlgglns. 
1984. 

— •'Love Is a 
Many Spfendored 
Thing' A Eurasian 
doctor end an 
American war cor* 
respondent fall In 

. love. William Hoi- 
den, Jennifer 
Jones, Torin 

Thatcher. 1955. 
[HBO] — •Hallow- 
een' A maniacal 
; killer escapes 
from a mental 
hospital" and re- 
' ' turns to (he scene 

• of his crimes 15 
years before. Ja- 
mie Lee Curtis. 
Donald Pleas- 
. . , ence. 1978. 
Rated R. 

TUESDAY 
. 10/29/85 

7:00PM -The Omen' 
.'The American am- 
bassador to Bri- 
tain realizes that 
his only child is 
possessed by a 
powerful demon. 
Gregory Peck, Lee 
; Remtck, Harvey 

Stevens. 1976. 
[HBO] - 'Beat 
Street* Young 
New Yorkers find 
creative outlets In 
' painting graffiti, 
breakdandng,. • 
and rapping. Rao 
Dawn Chong. Guy 
Davis. ' Stan La- 
than. 1984. 

Rated PG. 

8:00PM - 'Into 
Thin Air* (CC) 
Based on a true 
story, a young 
man vanishes 
while traveling, 
from his Canadian 
home to a sum- 
mer school ses- 
- slon in Colorado. 
Ellen' Burstyn, 
Robert Prosky. 
' Sam Robards. 
1985. 

9:15PM CD — Trail of the 
Lonesome Pine' 
The feud between 
two Ozark fami- 
lies gets out of. 
hand when the 
first - ' railroad 
comes ' through. 
Fred MacMurray, 
Henryl^pnda, Syl- 
via Sidney. 1936. 

9:30PM [HBO] -->^<The 
- Wicked Lady 7 * In 
17th century Eng- 
land, Lady Bar- 
bara Skelton is a 
demure wife by 
day and a i reach - 
. . erous highway- 
woman and lover 
' by night. Faye 
Dunaway, Den- 



holm 3 Elkrtt, Sir 
JcW viGWrnid. 
1983. Rated R.V 

10:30PM CD - 'Miss Sadie 
Thompson' v. :'; A 
marine, a minis- 
. ter, and a woman 
with a sordid pas L 
all dash while on 
a Pacific . Island. 
Jose Ferrer, Rita" 
Hayworth," AWo 
"... ■ Ray. 1954. 

11:15PM [HBO] — "Scar- 
face' (CC) A 
gusty Cuban hood 
shoots his way to 



the top 
victim to 
lion ddl 
trade. 
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1983. Rated R. 
_— 'Coot Million: 
The Abduction of 
Bayard Barnes' 
An adventurer .Is 
called In to rescue 
a. kidnapped mil- 
lionaire recluse. 
James Farentino, 
Barry Sullivan. 
1972. ' 

— 'March or 
Die' An embit- 
tered West Poin- 
ter who joined the ' 
Foreign Legion is 
assigned to escort, 
an ,; archeological 
expedition to Mor- 
occo. Gene Hack- 
man.' Catherine 
Doneuve, Terence 
Hill. 1977., 



WEDNESDAY 
10/30/85 



7:00PM — ■Damlerc 
Oman II' A "men 
and his wife take 
his brother's or- 
phaned son Into 
their home, never 
suspecting he's 
the devil prepar- 
ing for a world- 
wide Armaged- 

. don. William Hot-, 
den, Lea Grant, 
Jonathan Scott- 
Taylor. 1978. 

CD — XerrtennUr 
Part 3 . • 

[HBO] — 'Finders 
Keepers' (CC) A 
cross-country 
bain trip is the 
setting for the 
. . cross and double 
cross as crooks 
and con artisti try 
s to outsmart each 
other. Beverly 
D'Angeto, Louis 
GossetUr.. Ml- 
cheal O'Keefe. 
1984. Rated PG. 

9:00PM (HBO] — 'Karate 
Kid' (CC) A teena- 
ger bullied by 
schoolmates, 
learns and mas- 
ters karate from a 
Japanese friend. 
Ralph Macchlo. 
Norriyukl Morita, 
Elisabeth Shue. 
1984. Rated PG. 

1 0:30PM CD — Tell It to the 
Judge' A couple 
gets divorced, but 
a Her many misad- 
ventures and new 
. romances, - dis- 
cover they are still 
m love. Rosalind 
Russell. Robert 
Cummings,' Gig 
Young. 1949. 

11:00PM [HBO] - 'Seems 

Like Old Times' A 
, lawyer jeopar- 
dizes her hus- 
band's career by 
helping her ex- 
husband run from 
the police. Gotdie 
Hawn, Chevy 
Chase, Charles - 
Grodin. 1980. 
Rated PG. 
1 1:30PM - 'Amber 
Waves' A farmer 
and a stranded 



maleTiodenvorJr 
together to bring 
in a' wheat crop. 
Dennis Weaver. 
Kurt Russell, Mare 
Winnlngham. 
1980.. 

_ —'Medusa* An 
abandoned yacht 
containing two 
dead bodies trig- 
gers off a series of 
bizarre • events. 
George Hamilton, 
Cameron Mitchell, 
Ludanna Paluzzi/ 
1974 



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THURSDAY 
10/24/83 

7:00PM O ©— 1983 
World Series 
Game 5 At press 
time, learns had 
not yet been de- 
termined. ' If this 
game Is not ne- 
cessary, alternate 
programming will 
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10/26/85 



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Basketball: phSa- 
delpWa at New 
York 

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Golf Champion- 

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Private Industry ■ Council. 
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\ -The Round Lake Panthers 
have clinched at least a tie 
for the Northwest Suburban 
Conference championship. ■■ 

The Panthers have" also 
clinched their first-ever 
IHSA playoff berth' by 
defeating the ' Marengo In- 
dians 26-0 Oct 19. 

All the Panthers need now 
is a victory over the Lake 
Zurich Bears Oct. 26 to be 
the outright conference 
champions. 

The Marian Central 
Hurricanes are right behind 
Round Lake in the con- 



ference standings. .-:•■ 

Round Lake boasts a 6-0 
mark I in the conference, 
while the Hurricanes are 5-1. 
Their, only loss in the con- 
ference :. came against - the 
Panthers by a score of 14-7. 

Overall, Round Lake is 6-2 
but has won its last six 
games in a row. Face it, the 
Panthers are hot! 

Lake Zurich is coming off 
a disappointing 20-0 loss to 
Marian Central Oct 19. The; 
Bears are ' to' mird, place in 
the conference with a 4-2, ' 

Round Lake's final contest 



of the year will take place at 
1 p.m., at Lake Zurich on the 

•■26th.-::, ■,,;.v;;^; ; 

'As ' mentioned !before, . 
Round Lake is coming off an 
impressive 26-0 shutout over 
Marengo. The Panthers 
scored 23 of those points in 
the first quarter, mainly off 
of Indian turnovers, j 

Round Lake dedicated this 
game to Senior Defensive 
Cnd Art Bragg, who missed 
le game because his ap- 
ldix burst during the 

nior Troy Haines [scored 




Errors Leave Mustangs 







The. Mustangs played a 

- game against Fen Ion on Oct. 

19 that coach Gary Heifner 

hadn't seen the likes of in 

years. 

"It was dead even up until 
theend," hesaidV , 

Equal in strength, equal in 
size, and equal in score up 
until the final moments, the 
Mustangs' were defeated 18- 
16 when the call on a final 
play that could have given 
Mundelein the game favored 
the opposing team. 

"When the smoke cleared 
from the field, the other , 
team just won out in the 
end," Heifner said. 
. Highlights in the game 
included a 64-yard run by 
Jeff Geary in the second 



quarter. "He did an ex- 
cellent job of blocking,' ' 
Heifner said. .<, 

The Mustangs earned their 
second touchdown when 
Dave Roger completed an 
85-yard run. .. 

Not a day for the defensive' 
team, Heifner said the 
Mustangs' loss resulted from 
a number of crucial errors 
that climaxed in the final 
play in the last minutes of 
the game. 

"Both teams ran equal, up 
and down the field, and both 
had their moments of 
brilliant offensive plays, he 
said. "Coverage errors 
came _ in~the~third quarter" 
when the del ens i v e team left ■ 
the end zone open, giving 

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twice in the first quarter on 
runs of one and two-yards, 
while the other first-quarter 
score came do a 34-yard flea- 
flicker .;:* pass from quar- 
terback Walter Tesch to 
Chuck Banker, ^ 

Kicker Dave . Kaempf put 
one through the uprights 
from 27 yards out In the four- 
th quarter to complete the 
scoring at 26-0. .:'., 

Tesch completed seven of 
nine passes for 125 yards on 
the. day, while Haines was 
the leading rusher with 95 
yards on 23 carries. 



Defensively, the Panthers 
had four men grab- u> 
terceptions; Bobby Porteus, 
HauM»i t Jim Redlin and 
Damon Horn. 

^The 1985 edition of the 
Round Lake Panther varsity 



football team is the second 
squad; head coach Mike 
Dunn has directed to>'the 
state playoffs. 

Dunn coached Aurora Cen- 
tral Catholic to «ithe. state 
playoffs in 1976, 1977, 1978:/ r 








A Look At 
Sports Around 

Lake County B y j oe i wntberge 




Fenton their w nning 
touchdown, . Y 

While the defensive 
been carrying the team all 
season, Heifner said players 
made a number of tackles 
that were not characteristic 
of its recent, win against 
Libertyville. ', "They, just 
didn't tackle well. I They 
were doing a lot of reaching 
and grabbing. In theiif game 
last - week against the 
Wildcats, their tackles 
carried them through. , 

The final blow came at the 
end of' the fourth quarter 
when a touchdown pass- to 
the tight end fell a couple of 
inches, short "when officals 



Standings 

Three schools tiedfor first 
place in the finals of the Nor- 
thwest Suburban Golf Con- 
ference. Marengo, 
Grayslake and Round Lake 
each totaled 13 points. 
Wauconda ran a close 
second with a 12 point total. 
Marian Central ended with 
eight points and Grant, one 
point. 

Individuarslandings went 
like this: Ron Novotny, 80 
(Wauconda); Tom E vers, 82 
(Round . Lake); . Dan Ket- 
twich, 82 (Grayslake) ; Tim 
Lemke, 85 (Round Lake) ; 
'i-^-Ben -Andrew, .86- ( Waucon- 



called an offside penalty on 
Mundelein. 




Against Bulldogs 



When Grayslake takes on 
the Grant Bulldogs this 
weekend, coach Tom" Wittum 
is counting on jijpore con- 
sistent game strategy to 
bring the Rams its' second 
-victory of the season. 

The Hams' fatal attempt 

• last week to upset Johnsburg 

tvended in a disappointing loss 

of 21-14. Grayslake" earned 

its 14 points during the first 

half with two touchdowns by 

quarterback Bill Sangbusch.. 

In the second quarter, 

SangTJuschsmade a short run 

touchdown, and later threw 

a 14-yard touchdown pass to 

JohnLui. The Rams got two 

extra points when- 

Sangbusch threw a pass for a 

. 2-ppinl conversion. 

■ Bulldogs linebacker Mike 

Siudak scored the team's 



first touchdown when he 
made a 69-yard pass in- 
terception. Bulldogs made, 
another *■ touchdown . when 
quarterback. Frank Husack 
threw a pass interception to 
Brian Hauck. 

"After that, the Bulldogs 
just marched the ball down 
the field." Wittum said. 
' "The Rams needed the 
ball back after they kicked 
off in the third, but the 
Bulldogs held the ball for the 
first sefrcn minutes." he 
said. "They but missed the 
chance to score a touchdown 
with a firstand-goal on the 
third yard line." 
- In the fourth quarter. 
Hams received an off sides 
penalty on the first down. 
Kevin Olson, got hold of the 
ball on the second down, but 



lost four yards by a tackle. 

The Bulldogs kept the ball 
for. the last four minutes 
before the Rams look .it 
away in the final 35 seconds 
of the game. 



da ) ; -Scott— Mattice, . 87- 
( Marengo); Jim Theobald, 
87 (Grayslake); Keith 
Schultz, 88* (Marian Cen- 
tral). 

Steve Huemann, 91 
(Marian Central); Eli 
Franks, 91 (Marengo); Brett 
Hodge," 93 (Grayslake) ; Jim 
Hermann, 93 (Marengo); 
John Christian, 95 
(Grayslake); Todd Mason, 
95 (Grayslake) and Greg 
Kreitner, 96 (Round Lake). 







North Central * College 
sophomore Rick Mateja of - 
Lake Villa is a starting 
defensive back on. the foot- 
ball team. He lead the Car- 
dinals with 10 tackles (seven 
solo, three assists) in a loss 
to Millikin University last 
Saturday tOct. 12). He recor- 
ded 33 tackles as a freshman 
in 1984. 

The highlight or the year 

for Mateja so Tar has been a 

. blocked .field goal return 

which he turned into a 76- 

&£"L lo £ cndow n, . against 
Wheaton College on Sej£ a 
Mateja- was aUo< a letter 




winner in track at Warren 
"^wp^'High School and was 

named lothejvthletic Honor 
Society; ""^^SSSSy 

Mateja is the son of Gerald , 
and Mary Mateja of 1B94Q E^ 
Grand Aye.', Lake Villa. He 
is undecided as to what his 
major will be at North Cen- 
tral. - • '. ■". .*. . . 

North Central College is an 
independent; liberal • arts 
College or 1.800 students 
related to the United 
Methodist Church. The Car- 
dinals are members of the 
College Conference or 
" Illinois and Wisconsin. 



Nineteen seniors at Car- 
met High School- will, be 
closing out their prep foot- 
ball careers when the Cor- 
sairs travel to St Joseph for 
the 1985 finale at 2 p.m. 

The seniors and Coach 
Rim 'Rejc will be seeking 
their third victory of the 

- season and their second East 
Suburban Catholic Con- 

— ference football win. 

The loser will occupy the 
ESCC basement so both 
teams have plenty of in- 
centive despite the fact that 
both are having- disap- 
pointing seasons. 

In recent years, Carmel 
arid' SL J6e> have been con- 
tending for ' basketball 
honors so it isn't surprising 
that players and 'fans on 
each side are anxious to get 
°n"**»»hardwood. St. Joe lost 
to Holy Oo6s 14^6 to remain 
witness last week>. f 

Victory over St. Joe. will 

give Rejc Wb fifth cori- 

^^Wve three-win, six-loss 
season. 

"■/ A daylong fain ieft the 

Notre Dame football field 

hiking like a S wamp, 

dashed Corsair chances for a 
wmFriday;oct.l8,atNUe8. 



Carmel's defense led by 
ace linebacker,. Craig 
Staehle, produced one of its 
outstanding efforts of* the 
season, but the offense 
couldn't get un tracked in th e 
downpour and the Corsairs 
were pinned with a 6-2 
defeat. * 

Following a scoreless first 
half in which Carmel failed 
to gain a single first down, 
Notre Dame's Dons, finally 
pushed over a score against 

the valient' Carmel defense. 

Carmel's sophs didn't 
seem to mind the rain as 
they passed and ran to their 
sixth win of the season 
: against only two defeats by 
■defeating the Notre Dame 
sophs 22-6. 



Over the years 'I've, been able to categorize f ootball fans. I 

would like to pass a few onto you: 

The Resident Expert-This guy knows everything there b 
to know about the game. He's a play by play announcer and 
knows immediately who misses a block or tackle. He can call 
the plays better than the coach and doesn't mind letting him \ 
know about it He also helps officiate during the game. 

The Scouts-They are coaches from other schools who try to . 
position themselves as far away from "The Resident Exv^ 
pert" as possible. . , : " 

The Strangers-Usually football players' from other schools 
that show up to check out and critique the girls that are in at- 
tendance. 

• The Fa thers^They show up and try to rationalize the total 
expense of putting their sons out there. Some of them offer 
suggestions to the coach and officials during and after the 
'game. '"■.■ I '.:..,-.'-',''''..' '-'■"/;. 

; The Mothers-Not as knowledgeable as the fathers, most of 
them just Bee the end of the play on the field to make sure 
their sons get up and off the ground in one piece. They also 
' have trouble. understanding-why- their sons, 7 who they've . . 
raised from childbirth to be perfect gentlemen, are down en- 
tire field beating up on people. Some of the mothers are also, 
wondering if they have enough "Clorox U" at home to get the 
• uniforms clean. 

The Group-They have a combined IQ of around 12 and are . 
usually seen positioned around ''The Resident Expert." 

the Cheerleaders-They are down on the field exhorting 
their team to victory and wondering who those "Strangers" 
are in the stands. 

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A look around the country: 

Congratulations are in order for Head Coach Dale 

' Christensen and his Libertyville Wildcats (8-0) for clinching 

their first North Suburban Conference football title since 1973 

and insuring their first IHSA playoff berth ever, 

- Head Coach Steve Wapon and his Antioch Sequoits (6-2) 

need a win this week to head for a playoff berth also. 

With Marian Central (5-1) knocking off Lake Zurich (4-2), 
Head Coach Mike Dunn and his Round Lake Panthers (66) 
clinched at least a share of the title in the Northwest Subur- 
ban. The Panthers (who are those guys?) head for Lake 
Zurich Saturday, hungry for the first outright title and IHSA 
playoff ever in Round Lake. 

, The Grant Bulldogs (3-4) will be trying to finish the season 
on the upbeat against Grayslake (when was the last time a 
Rogawski team finished under .500?). ■'• 



******* 

" A lookback'. 

In 1952, Tony "the Toe" Leonard led the Grant Bulldogs 
with 14 consecutive extra points. The 1954 Bulldogs' "Front 
Four,". Harry Robbin, Harry Lemro, Noel White and Robert 
Weideman averaged over 220 pounds! That year replacing 
"the Toe," was a kicker named Ed -Glower (chief of the 
Greater Round Lake Fire Dept) . 

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s Grant Bulldogs will be 
for another con- 
win to bring their 
* record up to 3-4 
5 overall) when- they 
to Grayslake Sauir- 

1 a slippery, muddy Held 
Grant', Friday, the 



bulldogs came out on top of a 
B>0 score against Wauconda. 
The Bulldogs made the only 
score of the game in the 
second quarter with" Jim 
Wanhala's 4-yard touchdown 
run, backed up by a two- 
point conversion pass to 
Kevin Frystak by Gary 



Glauser.,, Kevin Psomos' 
interception in the third 
Quarter shut off any chance 
for Wauconda 's offense to 
get past the 50-yard line. Joe 
Pokrawka led the offense 
with 82 yards in rushing and 
led the defense with eight 
tackles a nd an interception. 



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IENNI PARMALEE 

jrant - emerged as the 
anion in the battle of the ' 
jdogs with an 8-0' win over 
(ting Wauconda Friday 
it, Oct 18. 

ror the Bulldogs , of 
(uconda, it was a case of 
opportunities. "It's 
the story of our 
Wauconda Coach 
Loffrcdo said. "Every . 
jie we get a chance to do 
lelhing, we don't : do;' 
/thing with it" 
fLate in the first quarter, 
kuconda's Gregg Stade 
ta Grant fumble at 
own 25-yard line.' After 
luconda ■ quarterback 
Niemo was sacked, the 
illdogs ', faced a ' 4-19 
tu a tion^ _TJbe^alr^idy 
.drive wa? abruptly^ 
Grant's Mike 
picked off a pass 
f carried to the Wauconda 
f-yard line. . 

f Between both Bulldog 
ims, the offenses lost con-. ' 
I of the ball 15 times. The 
vovers that plagued the 
liid match were largely due 
|o Friday night's incessant 
lownpbur. 

In addition to directing 
I downfleld motion, Lof f redo 
was forced to guide' his 
'Bulldogs along the sidelines. 
"We were trying to get away 
from the middle all the 
time," he said, "The rooting 
was very dubious;' 



Even though many 
linemen had. /difficulty 
holding their stances, the 
Waucontjg 'defense had 
another strong performance. 
The Bulldogs deadlocked a 
Grant drive at the 1-yard 
line. ■ ; 

It was the Wauconda of- 
fense. that opened the door 
for Grant The flea flicker 
failed when Norm Niemo's 
return pitch never reached 
the hands of brother, quar- 
terback Tony; Grant's Brian 
Catalano pounced on the 
loose ball at Wauconda's 16- 
yard line to begin the scoring 
drive.. 

I A 3-yard run by senior Jim 
Wanhala produced the only 
points Grant would need. 
When quarterback Garry 
. Glauser found sophomore 
Kevin Frystak open, Jn2tbe [ 
endzone, Grant's dogs never' 
looked back, leading 8-0 with 
4: IB remaining in the second 
quarter. -,, 

Through the elimination of 
some costly mistakes, 
Wauconda may've come out 
on top. "I don't think they'd 
have scored unless we'd 
fumbled," he said. "We beat 
ourselves." 

The Wauconda Bulldogs, 
at 3-5, will close the season 
against visiting Marian Cen- 
tral Saturday (Oct. 26) at 1 
p.m. The Hurricanes had a 
convincing 20-0 victory over 
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Schedule 



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Motion Cvntiol oi Wauconda • I p.n 
Round tak* en La*.* Zurich • 1 p.m. 
Ccant ot Gcevtlolt* -' I p.m. 
lifcwr tyv.lt. at Nofrti Cnkogo • 3 p.n 
ZJont* mo natWun d illM>-3pJW.- 
WofT*n al Stow-tnton • 3 p.m. 
Nrt*% North al AfitiacH - 3 p.tn . 
Corm*JoiS«.lo*-l 3pm 



Potential Face Mask 

Antioch defected Stevenson 12-7 for a homecoming victory Oct. 19. The Sequoits 
are now 6-2 and on their way to the state playoffs. Here, an Antioch defender risks 
a potential face masking call. — Photo by Steve Young. 





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/». - n close 12-7 win over 
Stevensu-u, I he Sequoits, who 
now bold sole possession of 
second place in the North 
Suburban Conference, face n 
crucial game against Niles 
North at Antioch on Oct 25. 

A win or loss at this point 
will make the state playoff 
difference for both teams. 
The ' Sequoits are 6-2 and 
Niles North is 5-3, losing one 
game because of a strike. 

"We" went tp' the 
homecoming dance six hours 
too soon," said Sequoit 
Coach Sieve Wapon in 
describing Antioch's weak 
start that allowed the 
Patriots* to get* on the 
scoreboard not too long after 
tbckicko'f. 

It wasn't until eight 
seconds before halftime that 
Antioch climbed on the 
scoreboard after Pat Bruks 
ran two yards for a touch- 
down ending a 12 play. 94- 
yard drive that started on 
Antioch's own six-yard line. 
■•'•; The Sequoits and Bruks 
did it again with 4:47 left in 
the third quarter. Both 
conversions were no good. 

"The defense that kept the . 
Patriots to a gain of 112 
yards for the whole game 
was the key to our win after 
that first big drive," said 
Wapon. v 

Antioch's Defensive 
Coordinator Mike Gordo 
gave plaudits to James 
ZopKei for "playing a sound 
game." Zophel. Steve 
Hanson and ft* Johnson 

were resp«»' bIe f or lhe kcy 
int crcc pt ions that turned the 

tide crimson. -. 



good up front blocking," said 
Wapon, giving due credit to 
center James Skinner, 
guards Johnson, • Rick 
Echert, Steve Pappadakis 
( and tackles Matt Hum- 
phreys and Ken White. 



Offensively DoBosh woo is 
at 977 yards for the season 
had a good day tossing to the 
balanced receiving of Chris , 
Haley, 4-36; Bruks, 5 (6r5$;(J 
Rob Visee, 6-5t> . and Don 
Gunther, 3-53. Bruks bad 33 
carries for99yards. 



Seek Third Win 



The Johnsburg Skyhawks 
(2-4) will travel to Marengo 
Friday night to fight for a 
final conference win. * 
■ Johnsburg captured its 
second win of the season by 
defeating Grayslake 21-14. 
The Skyhawks staked an 
early first-quarter lead with 
Mike Siudak's interception 
catch and 70-yard touchdown 
run and Brian Frazier's ex- 
tra point, 

Frank Husak's 5-yard 
touchdown pass to Brian 
Hauck along with Frazier's 
extra point kept the 

Skyhawks up 14-0. At the end. 
of the first quarter, the 
Skyhawks were 8 yards shy 



of the goal line. 

But the Skyhawks came 
back on lhe first play of the 
second quarter on an 8-yard 
touchdown pass from Husak 
to Keja^Froehlig (Frazier's 
extra point) to finish up the 
scoring. . " 

The Grayslake Rams 
came back in the second 
quarter to score two touch- 
downs, but came out on the 
short end of a final halftime 
2M4 score. ., 

Latest Deadline 

Lakeland Newspapers has 
the latest classified- ad- 
vertising • deadline 

around— 11 a.m. Tuesday. 



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Grant'. Jim Wonhafa artempts to«Kk Wauconda *»^ f ^^ w^i^ 
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: "You can't .have a passing 
garnet quarterback Mike 
DoBosh was 17 for 30, 
gaining 201 yards in the air,' 
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LEGAL NOTICE 



Notlcev Is hereby: given that on November: 5,198^a*Non-Part1san5Electiqn.r 
^ll^beiheld In Lake County, Illinois. .All precincts arid polling 
places will ;be bpert "fr^m 6:00\aV to ,7:00pm/ The election will be 
held- for; the , foil owing of f tees and the' fol lowing questions/propositions 

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will jbefyoted upon:; 

v School; DlsMcts^;^ Regional Board 

of School Trustees V 



GRAYSLAKE COMMUNITY PARK DISTRICT 

TAXfLEVY^QUESTION 

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: 

Pinch lha mbv oppositi ^E$ 

"Shall the 6rayslake ; Comrnuhlly Park DJslricI be oulhortzed and empowered y, 
to levy end collect a tax of :not to' exceed; .02% for the purpose of ; fynding 
the District's share of providing recreational programs for ,1he nonacapoed 
as provided fn Sections ; 5-8 and 8-IOb of The. Park District Code? 



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NO 




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Lake County Clerk 



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Oct.24,1985 
10B5D-162-GL 



LEGAL NOTICE 



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Notice is hereby given that on November 5,1985 a Non-Part Isan Election 
will be held. in Lake County, "Illinois. All precincts and polling 
places will, be open from 6:00 am to 7:00pm. The election will be 
held for the following offices and the following questions/propositions 
will be-voted-upon:^— — ^— — --^-7-— -— — -- '■— : -— — *~ — . .". '" - ; - ; - 




School; Olstrlctsr^Communlty College 01str1ctsrReg1onal~aoard7 
of School Trustees . "* . ■'. 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT »47 

TAX rttTE INCREASE-EDUCATION FUND 
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER; - 

Pinch ihe rubber opposite "YES' or "NO" to Mccto your choice. 

. That this Board estimates that the approximate amount of taxes, extendible 
for Educational Fund purposes under the proposed rale of 2.00 is 403,526; 
and that the approximate amount of taxes extendible for Educational Fund 
purposes under the existing rqte pf 1.45 Is 292,556., '\ 



Shall the maximum .annual tax rale for the Educational Fund of Avon Center 
School District Number 47. Lake County, Illinois, be increased to. 2.00 per cent 
upon the full, fair cash - value as equalized or assessed by the Deportment of 
Revenue instead of 1.45 per cent, the maximum rate otherwise applicable to 
the next taxes to be extended for said purpose? 



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YES 
NO 



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Lake County Clerk 



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LEGAL NOTICE 



Notice 1s hereby ^«aijVtt, t on November s ;i 985 , Non-Partlsan Election 

win be heio ^^i9^^9Sd^^^^mi^^ii^ 

wT. ""!- fe0,,en f - 6! °° * m t0 ^ iiiS ^Jhe election will be ■'■ . 

*$^W®&S**W*- 8nd the fo ^^«rt1ons/>ropo S 1t1.nsi 
-will be voted upon: 

School Districts, Community College ; Districts, Reg1oi!aT%da rd 
of School Trustees ^ 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT -46 ; 

,., .TAX RATE INCREASE-EDUCATIONAL FUND 
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. jiail the annual moximurh tax rate for educa|iona! ; purposes of Grcry^tfe;. ; 
Z £bWun.ry'ConsbM School District No. _46i,Lake. l Couniy. 

' IIGnols.be Increased from 1.21%: 16 2.01% upon; allocable: prepay; hvlhe 
District on the vduetherebfas equbfiredor assessed by -the Departmenjof; ■;.: 
'Revenue?' . 

.•/Ills estimated that the approximate 
purposes under the maximum rcieiof |.2l%vndvv in force, Is $463,087.42: ' 
it is further estimated that the approximate rimounf of taxes 'extendible under the 
proposed increased rate of 2.01% for educational purposes ls:$769, 260.9 1." 

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Oct. 24; 1985 



1085D-163-GL 



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LEGAL NOTICE ' 

Notice 1 s hereby t g,1 yen that. on November 5. 1985 a Ndn-Partl san Election 
w111 t be held In Lake County, Illinois. All precis arid polling 
places will be open from 6: 00 am; to 7:00pm; The electlph will be 
held for the following offices and the following questions/propositions 
will be voted upon: 

School Districts, Community -Col lege i .Districts,. Regional Board 

of School Trustees ; 



VILLAGE OF LAKE VILLA 

TAX RATE INCREASE-POLICE PROTECTION 
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: 
:Pu¥*ttoru^ 

"Shall the annud maximum tax rate fbr-poSce'-protection' bi'fite .-VDcige. of - 

Lake VHa, lEnots be increased fromnl5%^l6.225% of' the value of d!- ~ 
taxable property in the Vfloqe as equaBzed rr assessed by the Department of 

■ Revenue?" ...- ' -\/ -.:. ■ :''*■" 



YES 
NO 



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102 



DATED: October 15,1985 



Linda Ianuzl Hess 
Lake County Clerk 



Oct. 24. 1985 

I085D-16MV 



LEGAL NOTICE ~ 

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Notice is hereby given that on November 5,1985 a Non-Partlsan Election, 
will be held 1n Lake County, Illinois. All precincts and polling 
places will be open from 6:00 am to 7:0bpo. The election will be 
held for the following offices and the following questions/propositions 
will be voted upon: 

School Dfstricts,. Community College Districts, Regional Board ■ 

of School Trustees , 

ROUND LAKE AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 

BOND ISSUE QUESTION 
INSTRUCTIONS TO VYJTER: 

Punch the timber opposha "YES" or *NO a to hdfcote your choics. 

"Shall the bonds of "The Round Lake Area Public Library District, Lake 
County. Illinois.' in the amount of One Mlon , Bahl Hundred Seventy-five 
' Thousand Dollars ($1,875 ,000) be issued for the purpose of erecting a : 
Jbrary building and furrtshing necessary equrpmen.t therefor?" ... 



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NO 





TAX RATE INCREASE QUESTION 
JHSTRUCTIOHS TO VOTER: 



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LEGAL NOTICE 




[Notice 1s hereby given that on November 5, 1985 a Nonpartisan Election 
LJ11 be ^i^jif^^^^l^iw^ All precincts and polling 
pi aces- w1|T;be open* from 6:00 am to7:00prn. The; election will be 
held for the following offices and the followingquestlons/proposltlons 
IwTil be^vbiedupQn:.. 

School Districts, Coinmunlty College Districts, Regional Board 
of Schoo\.Trustees 't . 

HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT t|27 



TAX RATE INCREASE-EDUCATION FUND 
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: 

Punch the number opposite "YES" or 'NO* to Jndcote your choice. 

'Shall the amid maxmum lax rale for educational purposes of Grayslake' 
Community High School District No. 127, Lake County, Illinois, be increased 
from i .1.21% to 1.71% upon all taxable property in the District on the value 
there of as, equalized or assessed by the Department ol .Revenue? 1 

"It is estimated thai the approximate amount of taxes extendible for education 
purposes under ihe: maximum rale of 1.21% now in force, is $996,128.16; 
It is. further estimated that the approximate amount of taxes extendible under 
the proposed increased rale o! 1.71% for educational purposes is 
$1,407,751.37.*; - 



HCmClOfrUBUCHIAKlHO 

Public notice is hereby given that on November 14, 
1985 a public hearing will be held before the President 
and' Board of Trust*** of the Village of Island Lake, . 
Illinois (the "Village") ot Its regular meeting ptoce In the 
Village, Village Hall, 3720 Greenleaf Avenue, ot 8:00 
p.m., regarding a plan "lo finance th* acquisition, con*, 
it ruction arid equipping of a new residential rental apart- 
ment complex {the rProjecH, which upon completion will 
contain approximately 18 residential rental unit* con- 
sisting ;ol ttmto si *-unl t bu I Idl ng* each wi ) h two 
bedrooms. The Prolecl will be located on a parcel of land 
'containing approximately 2 acres ond sltuatod Within th* 
; Village at 4028 Roberts Road and to be known as the San- 
ctuary Apartments. Pursuant to th* plan of financing th* 
Vlllag* i proposes to Issju* >cnoV **ll lit Multi-Family 
Housing Revenue Bonds (Sanctuary Apartments Projecl) 
In on aggregate principal amount not to exceed $960,000 
(the "Bonds') and lend th* proc**ds thereof to fund a 
loan to finance a portion of th* costs of th* Project ond to 
pay certain costs Incidental thereto ond to th* Issuance of 
th* Bonds. The Prelect will be owned by Parkway Bank 
and Trust Company, Trust No. 7036 for the b*n*flt of 
Frank A, McCaslin and Judith C. McCaslin, r*sld*ntt of 
Barrmgton, Illinois (the ''Owners"). 

Pursuant lo the Village's powers under the Industrial 

Project Revenue Bond Act of lh* Stat* of Illinois th* 

Village Is authorized. to Issue the Bonds and tend the 

proceeds thereof to provide the f inpnefng for th* Pro]eci. 

The Bonds will not be general obligations of the Vlllag* or 

th* Stat* of Illinois or any political subdivision thereof 

and the principal of and Interest on the Bonds will be 

payable solely from amounts received pursuant lo and- 

under the terms of the financing arrangements between 

the Village' and the Owners. Neither the credit nor th* 

taxing power of the Village or the Slate of Illinois or of - 

any political subdivision thereof will be pledged tor the 

payment of the principal of pr Interest on the Bonds, 

_ The public hearing is required by the Tax Equity and 

Flsca Responsibility Act 1982. Written comments may 

also be submitted to the Village Clerk at Village Half, 

3720 Greenleaf Avenue, Island lake, Illinois until 5:30 

p.m. on NovemberU, 1985. Additional information con 

be obioined from Frank A. McCaslin, P.O. Box 175, 

Wauconda, IL600B4. 

Subsequent to the public hearing; the President and 
Board of Trustees of the Village will meet to consider ap- 
proving Ihe Issuance of the Bonds. 
Notice Dale: October 11, 1985 

Patricia Nebgen 

Village Clerk 

■ • • Oct. 17 824, 1985 

I85C-15S-WL 



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the Minneapolis, St. 
Paul and , Saul t St*. 
Marl* : Railway. p. Also, 
except the right of Way. , 
of the Minneapolis, St. 
Paul r ond.:. Sauli St*. 
Railway/ and also ex- 
cept the North 2 rods of 
th* East 2 rods thereof ) 
In Lake County, Illinois. 

■ The property is located 
on the east side of 
State Highway (63), ap- 
proximately- 7/10 mile 
south of Route (173) in' 
the . Township of An- 
tloch, Lake ■ County, 
Illinois, and- contains 
approximately six 
acres.; .- , 

' As 'the result of the 
petition of '- the .' FIRST 
NATIONAL BANK IN PERU, 
HARRY ERLENBORN AND 

. MARTHA STRUEVER AS 
CO— TRUSTEES OF THE 
CARL STRUEVER MARITAL 
AND RESIDUARY TRUST 
UNDER WILL AND CON. 
TRACT PURCHASER JAMES 
HAMLIN, which petition Is 
on file and.'avallobe'.for 
examination In the office 
of. the Lake County Zoning 
Board of Appeals, County 
Administration Building, 
18 N... County St., 
Waukegan, II 60085. All In- 
terested persons ere in- 
vited ; to . attend said 
hearing and be heard. > 
LAKE COUNTY ZONING 
BOARD OF. APPEALS 
■.'■'-. John P. Reindl 
Chairman 
Doled at Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 4lh day of Oc- 
tober 1985. 

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Lake County Clerk 

Oct. 24. 1985 
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. --.. r , LEGAL NOTICE _.__ __;. 

Notice is herebyglven that on November 5, 1985 -a Non-Partisan Election 
will be held In Lake County, Illinois. All precincts and polling 
places will be open from 6:00 am to 7:00pm. The election will be 
held for the following offices and the following questions/propositions 
will be voted upon: * ,, 

School Districts, Community College Districts, Regional Board 

of School Trustees 

VILLAGES OF ROUND LAKE. ROUND LAKE PARK 
: ROUND LAKE BEACH AND ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS,, 

MUNICIPAL CONSOLIDATION QUESTION 

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: , 

Piix* ite rurte opposite "YES" or 'NO* to Mcole your choice. 

ShoO Ihe Vffloga of Round Lake. Village of Round Lake Park. Vfflage of Round 
Lake Beach ond Vfflage of Round Lake Heights, be united I nlaa single . 
munldpaDly under 1he name of Cily of Round Lake wilh Ihe Aldermanic form 
of municipal government? y 



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NO 



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102 



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Linda lanuzlHess 
Lake County Clerk 



Oct. 24. 1985 
10B5D-174RL 



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IN TM1 CIRCUIT COURT 
. Of THE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
COUNTY Of LAKE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 

THE STATE BANK OF. AN- 
TIOCH, art Illinois Bonking 
Corporation. PLAINTIFF(S) I. 
-'•■'. - vs. " ' 
NORTH SHORE EQUIPMENT . 
COMPANY CONSTANTINE^ 

- I^-KARABETSOS, -eu,al.__ 
DEFENDANT(S) 

CASEN0.85CH459 

NOTtCEOF 

SHERIFF'S SALE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

that ' In pursuance of a 
judgement herefofore^en- 
tered by the said Court & 
the above entitled cause, 
ROBERT H. BABCOX. 
Sheriff of Lake County, 
Illinois will on Monday, the 
18th day of November A.D. 
1985, at the hour of 9:00 
A.M., lake County Ad- 
ministrative Building, 10th 
floor. Conference Room B. . 
IB N. County Street, 
Waukegan. sell at public 
.auction to the. highest and 
' best bidder for cash all and 
singular, the following 
described premises ana 
real . estate . In said 
judgement mentioned, 
situated In the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois, 
or so much thereof a% shall 
bo sufficient to satisfy said 
judement, to wit: 

Parcel 1: The West 380 
feet of that part of the 
West V, of Ihe North 
West '/.of Section 32, 
Township 45 North, 
Range 10, East of the 
Third Principal 
Meridian. lying 
Southerly of the Nor- 
therly 1224 feet of said 
hall Quarter Section 
and Northerly of Ihe 
Center' line of State 
.Route 120, in Lake 
County, Illinois 
Parcel 2: The South 574 
feet of the North 1224 
feet of the West 380 

- feet of Jhe West V4 of 
Ihe North West % of. 
Section 32, Township 45 
North, Range 10. East 
of ihe Third Principal 
Meridian. In Lake Couf- 
ny, Illinois 

Together with all buildings" 
and improvements 
thereon, and the tenemen- 
ts, hereditaments and qp*. 
Cutenances thereunto 
elonglng. 



Dated: Oct. 24, 1985 . . 

In witness whereof I hove 
hereunto set my hand and 
seal of the said 19th 
Judicial. Circuit Court at' 
Waukegan, Illinois 

Sally Col felt 

. Attorney .for Plaintiff, 
Larson. Gontar & DeMar- 

"tlnl.Lld. , 
390 Lake Street 
Antioch, II 60002 r 

-(312)395-0799 ~:' •' 



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NOTICE 
LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 
• State of Illinois 

County of Lake) .' 
Town of Lake Villa 

Notice Is hereby being 
given thai sealed 
proposals will be received 
ot the office of Susan C. 
Hanson, Town Clerk ot 
37908 N. Fairfield Road; 
Lake Villa, IL.. 60046 lor o 
new "1 -ton 1986 4-wheel 
•■ drive with dump body and 
- with possible trade-in ol 
".three vehicles. 

Specifications are 
available ot the office. 



Oct. 24. 31 and 

Nov. 7.. 1985 

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COUNTY ZONING 

NOTICE 
STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE,' 
ss No. 2*91 
TO WHOM IT MAY CON- 
CERN: 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby 
given to all persons in the 
Town of Antioch, Lake 
County. Illinois, that a. 
public hearing will be held 
on Monday, November 4, 
1985, at 1:30 p.m.; In the 
Antioch Township Holt, 99 
Highway 173, Antioch; II 
60002, relative lo a request 
to reione a certain parcel 
of property from the 
Suburban Residential (SR) 
Zone lo - the Community 
Business (CB) Zone for the 
purpose of installing and 
operating on office 
building Intended to be oc- 
cupied by an accounting 
frlm on' ihe following 
described real estate, to- 
wit: 

PARCEL 1: The South 
546.8 Feet of that part 
of the Southeast quar- 
ter ol Section 17. Town- 
ship 46 North, Range 
10, East of the Third 
Principal Meridian, and 
also the North 4.0 Feet 
of that part of the Nor* - 
fheast quarter of Sec- ... 
lion 20, Township and 
Range _ aforesaid, all 
lying East of the ceo-' 
Icrline of . Fo« River 
Road (State Route No.. 
83) and West. of Min- 
neapolis, St. Paul and 

Sault Slo, Marltj 
Railway, in Lake Coun- 
ty, Illinois. 

PARCEL 2: That part of 
the South 13 Chains of 
the Southeast quarter 
of Section 17, Township' 
46 North, Range 10. 
East of the Third Prin- 
cipal Meridian,' lying 
East of the centerlino of 
Illinois Route 83 (Except 
the South 546.8 Feet 
thereof lying West of 



Bid opening IsTo beheld at 

4:00 p.m. on November 

■-,'' 7»h. 1985 of the Lake Vllfa 
Township Office, Further 
Information regarding the 
letting may be obtained by 

■ contacting '.the Highway 
Commissioner at 356*5831 . 

The Township in ac- 
cordance with the lows of 
the State' of Illinois hereby - 
notifies all bidders that it 
will affirmatively insure 
that the contract entered 
into pursuant to this ad- 
vertisement will be ' 
awarded to' the lowest 
responsible bidder without 
discrimination on the 
grounds of race, color or 
national orgin. 

By Order of: 
Jim Semmerling " 
Lake Villa Township ' 
Highway Commissioner 
October 18. 1985 . 

■ October 24. 1985 
1085D-170-LV 



-LfGAL- 

Proposals ' are being 

requested by ihe Board of 

Commissioners of the 

Round Lake Area Park 

District- for a computer 

system to support the 

processing of registration, 

finances and word 

processing information. 

Sealed bias for such- a 

system will be received by 

the Round Lake Area Park 

- District. 916 . W. Rollins 

' Road. Round Lake Heights; 

\ Illinois, until ''2 pm. 

\November 15, 1985 and 

Nh6n at said office publicly 

opened and read aloud. 

Specifications and -bid 
proposal forms may be 
picked up ot the : Park' 
District office, at the above 
address, . - beginning 
' Monday. October 2 1,1 985. 

Robert Rolek. Director 
Round Lake . Area ■ Park 
y District - ' 

Oct. 24, 1985 
1085D-180-RL 



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THE STATE BANK OF AN - 
TIOCH. an II linois Bonking 
Corporation. P^tNTIFF(S) 

JAMES C. NERc£ end 
LYDIA L"ftERCE:hIs wife, 
et, ol. DEFENDANT(S) 

CASE 1 NO: V;85CHM8 

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NOTKlOf 
SHEBIFTSSAUI 

NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN 
. that in pursgonco ol q 

. judgement heretofore en- 
tered by I he soid Court in 
the above entitled cause. 
ROBERT • i H . v 6 ABCO X ; 
Sheriff - of ' Loke ,'■'"• County. 
Illinois will on Monday the 
I8lh day of November A. D. 
, 198* at the, hour of 9:00 
A.M.. loke " County Ad- 

, i ministrative Building,- 10th 
floor. Conference Room B, 
IB N;- County Street, 
Woukegan. soil at public 
auction to the highest and 
best bidder for cash all and 
singular, the following 
described premises an 
real estate in ..sold 
judemenl mentioned, 
situated In the; County of • 
Loke and State of Illinois. / 
or so much thereof as shall 
■be sufficient to satisfy said 
judgement, to wit: 

Lots 1'. 2. 3. 4 and 5 in 

Block 65 In Venetian 

' Village Unit -No. 5, 

. being a subdivision Jn 
the. North Quarter ol. ' 
Section 10. Township 45 

. North. Range 10. East \ 
ol the Third Principal. 
Meridian, according to" 
the plat thereof recor-; 
ded August 19. 1946 as 
Document 597874. in 
Book 30 of Plots; poges 
76' and 77; in Loko 
County. Illinois'" .*. 

Together with all buildings - 
and".' improvements^ 
• 'thereon, and the tenemen- 
ts, hereditaments and ap- 
putenances • thereunto 
belonging. 



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Doled Oct. 24. I9a5 

- J.A- ■■ . In witness whereof I hove 

hereunto set my hond and 

. ... .seal of :lhe said 19th 

Judicial Circuit Court at. 

Woukegan, Illinois 

Solly D. Coif elt 

Attorney forPlointiff 

Larson, Cantor & DeMar- 

lini, Ltd. 

390 Lake Street .. 

Anlioch, II 60002 

(312)3954)799 

Oct. 24. 31 and- 
Nov. 7. 1985 

1GB5D 178 AR 



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Notice is hereby given that 
the Zoning Board of Ap- 
peals of the /Village of 
Round Lake Heights. 
County of lake, Stote of 
UBnefs will hold a Public 
Hearing on October 30. 
1915 at 6:30 p.m. In the 
Council Room of the 
Vllloge Hail, 629 Pontioc 
Court, for the purpose of 
considering Zoning change 
and annexation, •. 

Severely. 
Joan llsngrkks 
Village Clerk 



\> T Size of District in square miles, 17; Number of Attendance Centers, 3; Number of 
Certificated Employees-Full-time. 87 >■ Port- 1 ime, 4; Number of Non-Cert if kated Em ■ 
ployees-Full-time.45 r Port-time, 42; Averogo ttoify Attendance, 1.442-26: Number of 
Pi^lls Enrolled Per C*ode: Pre-K* K-199,lsi-l^ 

6th-174, 7th- 1 68, 8th- 1 87, Spedal-21: Total Bementary-1594;,TotaI in District 1594. Tax 
Rate by Fund (!N%) Educational, 1.510%; Operations, Bldg. and Maintenance .250%; 
Bond and Interest, ,106V; Working Cash, .050%; Transportation, .120%: Municipal 

■■ Retirement. .104%: Rre Prevention and Safety; .050%; Tort Jmmuntty. ;02S%; District 
Assessed Valuation, $72,907,456.00; Assessed Valuation Per A-D.A- Pupil. $50,550.84; 
Total Bonded" Indebtedness June 30. 1985; $75,000.00; Percent of Bonding Power 

: <-pblIgatedCurrentfy,;015%-.- ; \ -.'-C :•',:»■■■; ■;.■.*■•"■."-".■ 

ASSETS- Value of Capitol Assets: Buildings. 4.075.4 ! 6.74; Equipment, 91 1 .542.77. Basis 

'•'(of;; .Valuation..- Used: ^•'-Buildings, r Cost; Equipment, . Coil... 
''Based Upon: the Illinois Program Accounting Manuol for Local Educoi ion Agencies 

(1984) v'--r ... ■•■ - ; ,-:r^: :■■'- '.■-:■ H'-v* ■'>■ 

- **Whon publishing this report in the" newspaper, type requirements must bo In ac- 
cordance wilh Chapter 100, Section 11 of the Illinois Revised Statutes 'J ; f 

GROSS PAYMZNT FOR CfSnrlCAlED PERSONNEL 

. '. ' ' '--X'." • ' '. ■" ■' J.' ■: -'-■■ ' :..:■■.'. I':'-'. 

./ less than 1 10.000: Bock, Norma L.; Boston, Diana A,; Camp, Diana l; Choppell, 
George: Cliff, Charlene A.; Daly Helena T.: Drlnkwafer. David; Dye, Dolores E.; D- 
zlurdzlk, Margaret P.; Gorski, Diana; Hooke, James R.; Janowicz, Karen K. ; Kelley. June 
. M. : Leboeuf ; . Louise. M .: Magic, Donald? Quirk e, Dona M. ; Raukohl, Pamela ; . Recupido, , 
. Margaret: Rodriguez, Rhonda K.; Rusch, Karen; Sharon], Joan R.; Stefonesen, Rosa; 
: Wannerundcher, Dolorei; Wetterberg, Lynn L; Wilms, Elizabeth, M.; Yount, Charlene G. •• 
1 0.000-1 •.Ott: Adomaitis, Joann I.; Albergo.Laurianne; Aschbocher. Chrbtine; Bloom, 
Susan T.; Bodzfoch, Susan C; Boll, Patricia L.; Bonovitz. Jocqoeryn A: Casey. Oaire SrrrH 
Chrlstoffersen, Theresa L; Dooley, Colleen M; Fuglestad, Potrkio A.; Gothelf, Robyn £ 
Si; Haln, Dolores J„ Heindld, Peggy J.; Jacobs, Mary E.; Jonosko, Mary loo; Joseph. 
Krlstine; Kelley, Corlnne A.; Kies, Morcio A.; LJvermore. Anne L; Metmert. Undo N.; 
Noonan, Mary I.: Phtsfry, Nancy A.; Rodosta. Nancy P.; Renehan, Karen R.: Rhoderick, . 
Jill M.; Ropd, Arete; Schrift, Marion A.; Shipman. Undo M.; Sislt. Janelle T.; Stellway, 
Rebecca J.: 'Szwaya, Pamela L: Weinstein, Mortenn; Wirsing, Katherino T. 17,008- 
24,9tt: Adams, Gail: Boird. Kolly; Baker. Jill P.: Bazoto, Sarah J.; Blanos, Jan J.; Bock, . 
Judith K.: Chrlslman, Wendy A.; Cohen. Andria S.; Cray. Gertrude M.: Danlelsen, 
Donna; Dickson, Kathryn A.; Fabry, Diana;, Floor* Alan B.; Foss. Martha J.: Homage!. 
John A.; Hoy, Patricia J.; Herman, Marjorie; Modal, Gory; Hodiha, Richard E.; Hogan, : 
Betty; Korr, Adrtenna V.f LoHredo. Carole J.; Mills, Osbbrn P.: Neeve, Judith K.; Olson. 
Barbara L.; Pechulls, Rosalie; Reese. Rose A.: Reynolds; Janet L.; Ridge, Cheryl; Russell, 
Nancy A:; Schmidt, Henry J.VSchwontkowski, Mary Jo; Smouse. Paula A.; Sobbe, Argta 
P.; Stoerk, Kathleen O.; Summers, Shirley; Tabar, Mathlas M.: Tveter. Diane L.; Von- . 
scoyoc. Marguerite; Wallin, Nancy; Wegl; Susan R.: Wold, Margaret: Over 25.800: Bock, - 
Lawrence E.; Camp, Glenn Li; Crop. Markxie L.: Garrett. F. Elizbeih: Hlavin, Jean W,; 
Lahti, Duane; Palombi; Peter J.; Scott, Thomas D.; Stongel, Mary A.; Thomas, Patricia 
. A.: Trussell, Ruth M.; Zaremba, James V.; Zelkovkh. John J. 

GROSS PAYMZttTFORNON-Ct^fTlriCATEO PERSONNEL 

Use than 110,600-. Abbott, William "J.: Adams, Pieretto; Alcock, Mary lou; Allen. 
George J.: Arnoux, Barboro; Bailitz, Potrkio L; Barton. Susan M.; Brown. Morcia D.; 
Bruskl, Barbara; Buege, Mary J.: Bunkelman'; Sharon; Cancellare, Lois; Carlson, Susan 
R.; Clko, Patricia; Dewar, Ron G.; Ewert. Andrew; Ferrigan, Judi; Rljotreoult. Rhonda; 
Ford. Colette M.; Frayer. Alan C; Fredrick*. Joan; GitHlond, Evelyn; Giro, Joan E.; 
Glidden, Carolyn;. Golh, Ingeborg: Hattoh, Batne; Huyett, Barbara A.; ttgner, Kathleen 
M.; Johnson, Alice; Jones, Thomas C; KeHer, Bonnie A.; Koch, Marie; Korr. Jolene; 
Kraiec. Mary F.; link. Anne C; Link, Robert A.; link, Gary; Loar. Patricio: Lodolco. 
Elizabeth; MocDougoll, Johnsie A.; Mogera, Eleanor: McCarthy. Rosella; McMenamln, 
Bonnie J.: McMurtray, Rhoda; Meegon, 5eon; Mehnert, John D.; Miller, Pamela L; 
Miller, Rosemary K.; Mortensen, Carol E.: Nettles. Donna J.; Neubauer. Arthur S.: 
Neubauer, Arthur L.; Newcomb, Undo S.; Nielsen, Potrkio; Nikulo, Diane C; Noon, 
Susan: Obrien, Penny; Optawski. Gertrude M.; Pech; Timothy J.; Peterson. ''Carbtyhr r 
. Posson, Dorene; Rezin, Mary; Robinson, Colleen A.; Robinson, Arm; Ropo. Daniel J.; 
Rose. Sandra L, Rudnick, Irene; Soair, Gail D.; Salzeider. Margart; Schoefer. Renee K.: 
Schartz, Patricia; Schmidt, John Ml; Schmidt, Bern ke L; Schneider, Setty J.; Sthreiber. 
Laura; Schummer, Eugene W.; Sch w art z , William F.; Shannon, Carol; Sherthose, Diane; 
Skinner, Kurt; Smolarchuk. Victoria; Sterett. Ida M.: Swobodo. Ruby A.: Tabar.' Janice 



These are payments in addition to previously listed wages or «£«*•»: 
AT&T Information Systems. $1,989.49; A\ C. Dyno-Tlie <^%^&g£»$*** 
Publishing Co.. Inc.. 4,38*46; All-Power, IncyAcme PartSi 3^JitQt^mmfanAa^^ 



School AMnstrotbrs-; 330J^,>m^rkon f^onorClgd, ^533^; A m eri c an Njttte ^ I ^ 
Woukegan, 32.208.06: Amerkan. Truck Ports. 1.393.26; Antioch Auto Parts. 4 409.73; 
AntlooYComm. High Scr^l. 4,193Jl^AW.Iodi Travel Agency., 2^78.00rApt^ J Com- 
puter, Inc.. 1 .034,42; Area Gloss « Mirror Co., 764.59; 8. J. Seaman ft Co.. 664.64; Bonk 
of U.I., 00.346.25; rJonkerslH. ;inspf/6l;299.94; Banker* Ufe ^^ta-Cal-r^SA 39.727,95; 



Beckley-Cardy Co.; 5.029.23; .Wock-Mogozine 

YMCA. 2.690.0* O^ter ft As*6ctotes,Jn<.;fOT.13;;C 614.84; Corl Fbcher 

of Chkogo. 1.050.99; Carole loffredo. 585.00; Century Electrfc Supply Co.. 3.B20.24; 
Century Supply Co., 3,051 .81; Chem-RHs i Products Co.. 2,989.93: OrcJe Repair, 7,798.00: 
atywide Building Malntence, 64,578.00; Climate Engineering, 1 9,1 17.83; College of Lake 

$ County , 1 .760.00; Commonwealth Edison CifcV 61 .862.23; Country Mutuof Insurance Co. . 
1 J50.00; Oeatrve Publicqiorrs, 1 ,277.78; Crystal Lake Tire t Battery. 1.474 JD; Custom 
Convos, 635.00; Data Control A Research; Ltd., 719.50; Dealers TjansmlssionExl; 795.00; : 

J Delta Systems" Company, mc, 697.40; Demco. 566.91; Dlemernumfjing ft Heating Co., 
9.685.72rD|i^or of EmjpkzymentSe Inc. 

1.064.25; Dura Wax Inc. 1.012.28; Bogle Discount SupenTi<^ets. p^.9a^Bcar» Chem 
Froduetslnc,. 4.818.6* lioriomy^ to . 

Ef finger's Hardware. 2,419.99; Ellison Educationol Eo^ipment. b>c->3,u75,97;:Evoy, 
Kamschulte, Jacobs; ft Co. . 2,000.00; Federal Kemper Ins. , Co. , 9.272.00; First American 
Bank of lake County. 52,311.60; Hoghouse Inc.. 1,024 J9; Flower Hut. 519.71;Follett 
Library Book Co.. 574.76; Fox Industries Inc. 1st Granite Oty Bk., 2.169.17; Fwr Valley 
Rre ft Safety, 565.99; Frances AbboH, 700.00: Frenchy's Refrigeration, 91239; Fuqub. 
Winters ft Associotes. 1,850.00: Goge Food Produds Co.. 1,507.09; Gamco Industries, 
1.00*57: Gavin School; 1.00*0* Gestener Cora., 5.110J33; Globe ■oak Company; Inc., 
510.81; Golden Guernsey Dairy. 17.651.53; Gorbo, Inc.. 11,309.60; Grays Distributing. 
560.40; Groysloke Community High School. 13.833.50; Great Books Foundation. 
6,633.74; Groller Educational Corp., 712.00; H.O.D. Disposal Inc.. 2.767.83: rforcouri 
Brace Jovonovkh, 12,922.77; Harper ft Row Publishers, ^ Inc.. 7.973.98; Hoydens Sport 
Center, 1.450,30; Henry Schmidt, 522.50; Herb's Used Auto Ports. Inc. 500.0* LASB 
Publications, 1.268.00; IBM, 2.495.00; Illinois Bell. Telephone Co.. 9.743.95; mtnols 
Principals Assoc. 571.5* Institute lor Public Management, 1 ,542.51 : J. Robert Lofton ft 
Assoc. 48,915.0* J. S. Latla ft Sohi, 24, 1 16.12; Jomes R.rtooiie. 7.098.95; John Sexton ft 
Co., 24.368.93; Judl Ferrigan, 525.00; Judith Bock, 531.31; Juneau Academy, 8,639.23; 
Kappus Bread Co., 4,466.48; Karnes Musk Co.. 2,001.18; Lake Villo V.F.W.. 790.00; 
Lakeland Publishers. Inc.: 638,1 1 ; lourianhe Albergo, 1 .200.0* Leach Enterprises, ■ 
3,337.3* Ubrerty Oil Company; Inc,, 32.890.39, Mac Millan Publishing Co.. 1.155.52; 
Mama Tlsh Enterprises, 2.680.00; Mary St angel, 1,290; MBA Financial; Inc. 2,925.95; 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. , 756.58; Meecher's. Custom Upholstery, 540.00; Metropolitan Ins. 
Co., 650.0* Midwest Transit Equipment, 572,22; Midwest Visual Equipment Company, 
1.063.0* Minolta Business Systems, Inc.. 13,81 1.60; Modem Curriculum Press. 1,550 JLU 
Motorola, Inc. 2,447.55; National ChemseoTch, 1,930.83; National Guardian Alarm 
Servke. 1,263.35; National School Board Assn.. 1,726.50, NCR Corporation. 4,520.3* 
North' Shore Gas Co.. 12,567.15; Northern Illinois Gos. 30,918.72; Northwest 
Photographic Repair. 510.25; Paula Smouse, 1 ,380.0* pennzoil Company, 1,319.75; ' 
Perfection Form Company, 542.76; Permo-Bound/Hertzberg New Met h o d , mc/912.98^. 
Peter J. Palombi, 2.900.0* Phil Justo, 2,120.0* Pittsburgh Testing loborolory, 1 ,702.40; . 
Quill Corp.. 1.853.83; R ft S landscaping, 1.050.0* Random House, Inc. 1, 752.54; Reed 
Rondle Ford, 4,674 .26; Roliable Corp., 505.69; Rkhord Mas Ion, 565.95; RiverskW 
Publishing Co.. 6,719.19; Rockenboch Chevrolet, 664.62: Ruth Brown. 583 Jfr. Ruth 
Trussell. 2,850.0* Sandra Thompson. 581.25; Soroh Bazoto, 500.00; Savki Corp., 
1,616.95; Sax Arts ft Crofts. 1.659.3* Schelle Auto Parts, Inc, 8.831 .33; Schm id's 
Draperies ft Shades. 812.00; Scholastic Magazines ft Book Services, 5,925.92; School 
Health Supply; 982.15; Scott, Foresman ft Co., 1 .389.33; Sears Roebuck and Company. . 
1 .988.46: Servke Dynamics Inc. 616.67; Share Corp;. 7 16.89; Simplex Time Recorder - 
Co., 1.Z76.75; Special Education Dist. of Lake County, 44,304.91; Stock- Vaughn Co., 
837.41; Storage Servkes, Inc., 585.04; Syslek, 562.00; T ft H Metal Art ? Gilt Shop. 
1,011.50; Toylor Distributors Inc., 1.079.00; Teachers Retirement System. 3,310.23; Ted 
Becker, 1,150.00; TRE Sales, 3.010.00; Trierwiler INS. Agency. Inc. 35.441.96; Troll 
Assoc, 7,637.12; True Value Hardware, 798.80; United Stales Postal Servke, 1.850.00; 
United Visuol Aids, 1,311.75; Video Concepts Store No. 405. 879.80; VUJage.of Lake 
Villa. 3.424.18; Village of Umlenhursf, 1,633.28; Vogue Printers. Inc. 3.069 JXh Weekly 
Reader book Oubs. 1,946.50: Western Lake Rim Co-Op, 2.092.00: Westminster Of fke 
Machines, 2,181.42: Wharton Blacktop Paving, Inc., 2.900.00; Wholesale Educotionol 
Suppliers Co.. 668.17; Wolohon Lumber Co.. 784.82; World Book, 7.761.00; Xerox 
Education Publicotiom, 1.378.34; Zaner-BIoser, 9.992.65. 





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ASSBTS 



Current Assets 
l.Cash i 

2. Petty Cosh 

3. Imprest Funds . 
. ' Taxes Receivable 

4. (Modified Accrual) 

- Accounts Receivable 

5. {Modified Accrual) 

6. Due from Other Funds ■' 

. Due horn Other Governmental 
• 7. Units (Modified Accrual) 
B. loon to Educational Fund , 

Loan to Operations, Building 
9. and Maintenance Fund 

10. Loan to Transportation Fund 
Interest Receivable on- ' • 

1 1 . Investments (Modified Accrual) 

12. Inventory 
13. 1 vestments 

. Unamortized Premiums on 
14. Investments (Modified Accrual) 

Prepaid Expenses 
, 15. (Modified Accrual) 
Other Current Assests 

16. (Attach Itemization) 

17. TOTAL ASSETS 



$2,754,242.28 
2,500.00 



■UUMNOAMD 

MAtNTINAHOl 

$233,250.66 



TRANS- 



$61,998.16 



$144,778.62 



$39,109.10 



998.90 



$2,756,742.28 



$233,250.86 



$61.99*16 



:\ :.*~-~j- 



$144,77842,, 



$39,109.10 



998.90 



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Oct, 24. 1985 

1085D 169-RL 



. — ttOJUL— 

Notice is hereby given that 
the Mayor and Board of 
' Trust eesot the" Villoge ol 
Round Lake Heights will 
hold a Special Meeting on 
October 30. 1985 at 7:00 
p.m. in the Council Room 
of the Village Hall, 629 
Pontioc i Court, for the 
purpose! of considering 
Zoning change and an- 
nexation. ' 

'Sincerely. 
Joan Hendricks " 
Village Clerk 

.Oct. 24. 1985 

1085D 160RL 



IIAB1UTIESAND 
FUND0ALANCI 

Current Liabilities . 
Accounts Payable 

18. (Modified Accrual) 
Corporate Personal Property 
Replacement Tax Anticipation 

19. Notes Payable .-■ ;: ' .; _l 

20. Antklpat ion Warrants Payable 

21 . Anticipation Notes Payable 

22. Teacher's Orders Payable 
Slate Aid Anticipation 

23. Certif kales Payable 
Due to Other Funds 

24. (Accounts 4 1 1 through 4 1 5) 
: Due to Other 

25. Governmental Units 

26. Loan from Educational Fund 
Loan from Operations'. Building 

27. and Maintenance Fund 

28. Loan from Transportation Fund 

29. Loan from Working Cash Fund 
Matured Bonds Payable 

30. (Modified Accrual) 
Matured Interest Payable 



.B1DG.AND 
MAiNTENANCt 



AND INTEREST 



TRANS- 
PORTATION 




ThunrJ<jy.OctO*>Ol24U9o5 




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sK* 




; **£SSfe 




(Alfoch»»ml»atlon) 

rj^rved Fund Balance 

, 8 'S LIABILITIES V 
39 ANDFUND BALANCE 



J rrsTlMlNT OP Matm/MVfMlHS, DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES 
^EttRS AND CHANGES IN FUND RALANCES "*»nvm. 

I JotTHl ITIARENDID JUHI ». IMS 




$233,250.86 
$233,250.66 



$61,998.16 
$61,998.16 



92.0O9.7J 
92,009.71 

$52,768.91 

$144,778.62 




$39,109-10 
$39,109,10 



$288,998.90 
$288,998.90 



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i *©j1pt*/Ro're« u * f 9n * 1rmnamn 

^"intermediate Source* ... 
■a Slate Sources. . .. 
" j Federal Sources 
•TOTALRKEIPTS/REVENUES 

1 5 ANDTRANSFBIS; ^^: 

^ *•***•*• 

6,ln*trucflon *•■•;; 

7. Si^rtlnS Service* 

I J. Community Swrtc« 
9. NooprogrommedWorges 
in Debt Service*; " "":"-. 

10 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/EX. 
tl JendITURESANOTRANSFERS ■ . 

Excess of RecelpN^eAfwue* a***. 

Transfers Over (Under) Disbursement*/ 
1 J. Expenditure* end Jronitw 
n fund Balance*, Jujyl. 1984 

Other Chang** In IfrmdBatancM 
14 Increase (Decrease) 
15*FundBalonce. June 30, 1985 . 




-turn- ; 

Rf^ORT OF CONDITION 

Consolidating domestic and foreign subtldiorles ol the 
firti National Sank of Ant loch In the state of I III noli, ot 
the doss of business on September 30, 1965 published In 
rruonte io coll mod* by Comptroller of th* Currency, on • 
d, r hilt if United States Code, Section 161. Charter 
Number. 12760 Comptroller of the Currency . Seventh 
DHtrfct.' 

Statement of Resource* ond liabilities 

ww* -\- 

Cash and balance* due from depository Institutions: 

Thousands of dollars 






Noointoresl -bearing balance* 
and currency and coin ....... 

Interest-bearing balances . . , . 

Securities .....'.........'.... 

Federal funds sold and 



i • * • '• • • 



1.356 

>'m •"• e s *••****' v » * .IAAJ 
i •>'»!'•»•■* *•#'•■* *J # *Wi%J 

securities purchased under 
ocreementt to resell In domestic offices of the bank and 
of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBF's 1 ,750 
bant ond looses, net of unearned Income .... 35,957 

IBS: Allowance lor loan and lease losses 453 

LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve 

Loam and leaies. net of unearned income, allowance. 
' and reserve . ...*..'...«•.•'• *,,V"« ...... ■-« • .,.^3a,3u4 

Atiels held in trading account t . ;. , ...0 

Premises and fixed assets 

(including capitallied leases) .....* 517 

Other real estate owned .......... V . 157 

Invesimenti in unconsolidated subsidiaries and 

associated companies ^ ....... 

Cuttomeri' liability to this bank on acceptances out • 

tlartdino, .......,.^.,....« •-» •»•*•* .... ....!# 

Intangible assets ........ . ......•..•<. J ,•••«••■« 



Other attests. 
Total attests 

UAtlUTIES 



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rf ••r#t*l.*| 



...394 
.45.081 



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EDUCATIONAL 



$1,516,227.88 

1,538,031.37 

114.941.84 

$3,169,201.09 



$2,053,235.92 
733,959,13 

53,051.90 
1,567.20 

$2,841,814.15 



$327,386.94 

2,379,549.20 



$2,706,936.14 



OPERATIONS, 
BUILDING AND 
MAINTENANCE 



$266,071.14 



$266,071.14 



$310,538.16 



$310,538.16 



$(44,467.02) 
277.717.68 



$233,250.86 



■"V- BOND 
ANDINTfffJST 



$77,168.59 



$77,168.59 



80,346.25 

$60,346.25 

$(3,177.66) 

65.175.82 

$61,998.16 



TRANS- 
PORTATION 



$140,406.98 

123,966.73 

$264,373.71 

• ■' '.Y' ■ 
$338,091.97 



3,951.19 
$342,043.16 

5(77,669.45) 
130,438.36 

$52,768.91 



MUNICIPAL 
RETIRfMINT 



$75,466.64 



$75,466.64 




WORKING 
■ CASH 



$35,50308 



$35,503.00 



$64,904.83 

$10,561.81 

28,547.29 

$39,109:10 



$-0- 
$35,503.08 
253,495.82 

$288,998.90 



d l 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
COUNTY OF L AJaves- 
In the Circuit Court for 
the IHh Judlded Circuit, 
Udte Cowry. Illlnphu 
The \ Lornos and Ne tt leton - 

' Company, a corporation, 
as Successor In Interest to 

■<' Great;-;; Lakes .'Mortgage 
Corportion, Pfabttif 

; ■ vt. ■'.-" 

Terrence W. Edwards, ot 
i ol. , Defendant*. -I 
No.e5Ch397. 

The requisite off idovif for 
publication having been 
• filed, -; notice I* / hereby 
given you.. Terrence .W. 
Edwards and Unkown 
Owner*, defendaiit(i) ' In 
the above entitled suit, 
that the said suit has been 
commenced In the Circuit 
Court of Lake County, . 
Chancery ■ Division , . by the 
' said plolnttff-ogalnst you '" 
and other . defendant*, 
praying for the foreclosure 
of a /certain (Mortgage) 
conveying the premise* 
described as follow*, to- 
wit: 
} Lot Twenty-f ou r (24) In 
/Block Two (21 In Deep . 
Lake Villa Subdivision, 
a Subdivision of part of . 
Section 34, Township 46 
North, Range 10, East 
i. of the Third Principal. 
Meridian, according to 
the Plat thereof, 
recorded June 5, 1923, 
as Document 224949, in "•- 
Book 1" of Plats, pages 
84 ond 85, In Lake 
County, Illinois, 
commonly known 500 
Deep. Lake Rood. Lake 
Villa. Illinois 60046, 
Permanent Tax No.: 03- 
34-320-424, Volume 
and Hem No. 21-627. 



1065D 
■O 



166-LV 



I, Louis Korom, III, Senior. Vice-President and Cashier 
of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this 
Report Of Condition is true and correct to the best of my 
knowledge and belief, r . 

Louis Korom, III ' 
October IB. 1985 



Depotilt: ' . - 

In domett ic of lices. . , .... . ..* 41.653 

Neninterest'bearlng . . . . , .5,384 ' t 

Inlereil-bearing. .36.269 

In loreign oldest. Edge ond Agreement subsidiaries, ond 

™ * ,,** ,•# ,»•',,".,■ .r, ._. . *t .■....**.,* " 

Noninterett- bearing. .0 

Interest-bearing ....."....., , , ..'.... 

Federol funds purchased ond securities -sold under 
agreements to repurchase In domestic off ices of ihe bonk . 
ond pi its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries . and In IBF* 

Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury 

Oiher borrowed money ........ . ................ .0 

Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under copitaliied 

•VVlfl m . t . i . , ,' j i i'i «*i ... .'. ...*.*■»* « j *...■■■-■" 



Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding 

Notes ond dubentures subordinated ta deposit* 

Other liabilities . ;. . . ...... ...... , : . . ; •■•?'? 

Totol liabilities. 42 * 16 2 

limnedlilo preferred slock'. . . . .- •" 

lOUfTY CAPITAL ' 



Perpetual preferred slock . 

Common ttock 

Surplus .' .... * .. .- ' . ........ ^ 

Undivided profits and ! capltol reserves. . . 
cumulative foreign currency translation odjuttmonti 



....... 



. ,'«' lilt' 
.....537 
.,,.1,B97__ 
.'•••• 481 




il — UOAL- 

Proposal* are ' being 
requested by the Board of. 
Commissioners of the. 
Round ' Lake Area Pork 
District far a per lineal foot 
unit price to supply ond ln-i 
stall 4- high and 5' high' 
vinyl coaled chain link fen- 
cing. All prices quoted 
must be guaranteed far a 
period of at least one year 
from dale of bid ac- 
ceptance. The. lineal fool 
unit price can be figured 
on the basis of ihe Round 
Lake Area. Park District 
having a minimum of 1000* 
installed. The fencing is to 
be installed at ihe Round 
Lake Area. Park District's 
Kenwood . Country Club, 
Round Lake Beach. Illinois. 

Specif icallont at follows: 6 
gq. green vinyl coated 
chain link fabric. (9 go. 
steel core 2" mesh). 1 and 
5/8" SS40 green vinyl 
coaled top rail. 2" S540 
green vinyl coated line 
posts. 3" SS40 green vinyl 
coated' end ond corner 
post*. All posts are to be 
set 36" deep in concrete. 

Bidder musl be able to sup- 
ply parts and service 
within forty-eight (46) 
hours. The Park District 
may accept the lowest 
qualified bidder but reser- 
ve* the right to refuse all 
bids. The last day bids will 
be accepted Is November 
8, 1985 at 2 p.m. Bids will 
be opened at 2 p.m.. at ihe 
Park District office. For fur- 
ther Information. call (312) 
546-8558. 

The Round Loke Area Park 
District, by ordinance; af- 
firms -ihe Illinois low* 
relating to prevailing wage 
preference to cltiiens on 
public works. 



Oct. 24, 1985 

1 0850-161 -AR 



164. Hawley Street, 
Grayslake, Illinois 60030 
until Monday, November 
4, 1985 at 11:00 a.m. local 
time for the construction 
and/or erection of one (1) 
sblt shed, at which - tlme-r-,^^,^ 



Robert Rolek, 
-Director- 



and ploce Ihe BIDS will be 
-publicly opened and read. 
BIDS will be acted upon at' 
. tuch time and place, or a I 
such later time and place, 
a* may then be fixed. 

■'■ .• •■• " ' ' 

Plan* ' and 

SPECIFICATIONS may be, 

obtained from the Village 

Hall. 164 Hawley Street, 

• Grayslake, Illinois 60030. 

Not less than the 
prevailing rale of wages, 
as found by Ihe Village of 
Grayslaka or the 
Department of Labor or 
determined by the Court of 
Review, shall be paid to all 
laborers, workmen ond 
mechanics performing 
work under this CON- 
TRACT. • 

ALL PROPOSALS must be 
accompanied by a bid 
bond, certified check, 
bank cashier's -.check or 
bank draft payable to. the 
Village a! Grayslake for 
ten (10) percent of the 
amount of the BID, as 
provided in the IN- 
STRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. 

The Village Board 
reserves the right to defer 
acceptance of any 
PROPOSAL for a period not 
.to exceed thirty (30) 
calendar day* after the 
date BIDS are to be 
received and to reject any 
or all PROPOSALS and Io 
waive technical!! les. 

VILLAGE OF GRAYSLAKE, 

• ILLINOIS 

By: Mayor-Village 

President 

ATTEST: J 
Adell Laurlii 
Village Clerk 



lange. / ■ 

AND AlNKOWN OWNERS; 
DEFENDANTS. F. 
N0.85CH548 / 
SHERIFF'S NO/NONE .' 

NOTfCEOr - „ 
SHERIFF'S SALE 

notice is Hereby given 

that in pursuance of a 
judgment heretdlore 
entered on October 21 1985 
by said Court in ihe above 
entitled cause, Robert H. 
Babcox, Sher}ff-Of Lake 
County will on November 
18, 1985, at the hour of 
9:00 A.M. .DAYLIGHT 
f. 



UNKNOWN 
Defendants^ 
GENERAL NO. 



owners; 

85CK662 



PUBLICATION 
■ NOTICE 



NOTICE IS 
GIVEN YOU. 
GILLESPIE, and 
GILLESPIE, his 



HEREBY 
JOHN J. 
MABEL E. 
wife, and 



i Rm:B, 10th Ft. Lake cty. 
Adm.-Btdg. IB N. County. 
Waukegon, II in sold 
County, soli at public to ihe 
■ - highest and best bidder for 
cash all and singular, the 
following. described 
premises ond real est ote In 
. said judgment mentioned; 
. situated in the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois or - 
so much thereof as shall be 
sufficient to satisfy said 
judgment, lo-wit: 
Lol 7 and' 8 in block 268 
in Round Loke- Beach, 
Shore wood Golf Course 
Addition, a subdivision 
of part of the South- 
west quarter of Section 
16, Township 45 North. 
Range 10, East of the 
Third Principal 

Meridian, in Lake 
County. iHinols. 
ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: 319 East 
Hawthorne, Round Loke 
Beach, Illinois 60073, 
Redemption Date: May 19, 
1986 together with all 
buildings and -im- 
provements fhereon,' and 
the tenement*, 

hereditaments and ' op- 
purtonances thereunto 
belonging. 

DATED, Waukegan. Illinois , 
this 10th day of October. 
1985. 

Sally D.Colfeu 
Clark of the Circuit Court 
of Lake County, Illinois 
SHAPIRO & KREISMAN, ■ 
P.C. 

Attorneys for Plaintiff - - 
Oct. 10. 17 
and 24. 1985 
. 1085B-I19RL . 

— LEGAL— 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF ULKff.ta 
OF THE NINETEENTH 



Total equity capital . ;Cf #' .".'7. . '. 7. . . V. . . V , . . 2,915 
•otal liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, ond equity 
capital ;.,, ..'......,". .45".06> 

We the undersigned directors, altesl Io the correctness 
ol this statement of resources ond liabilities. We declare 
•hoi it has been examined by u* and to the best of our 
knowledge and belief has been prepared In conformance 
win he instructions and Is true and correct. 

director* 

-TedC.Axion 
lorry D. Gobi : 

William W.Nouman. 
•nuttday, October 24,' 1 985 



Round Lake Area 
Park District 

Oct. 24. 1985 
tu85D-179-RL 



Oct. 24, 1985 judicial CIRCUIT. LAKE 
1085D-186.GL "»«m» u ^ 



-LEGAL- 
NOTICE FOR DIDDERS 

Notice It herebygiven lhat 
the Village Board ot 
Trustees of Grayslake 
Illinois will receive sealed 
BIDS at the Village Hall. 



-LEGAL-!- 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19th JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY- 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
Fleet Mortgage Corp., 
f/k/a Mortgage 

Associates, Inc.: PLAIN- 
TIFF, 

vs. 
Mory L. Vola, Rudolph 
Vela, 
Donald F, Lange, 



Jean A. 



COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

ELIZABETH HOWELL, 

Trustee under. Document 
number 1264763, n/k/a 
ELIZABETH HOWELL 
FELTMAN, Plaintiff. 

vs. - — r ■ 

JOHN FRANCIS GILLESPIE 
and MARY LEE GILLESPIE, 
hit wile, and JOHN J. 
GILLESPIE, and MABEL E. 
GILLESPIE. hi* wife, 
COUNTY OF LAKE. 
ILLINOIS under Document 
Number 1984718 



MARY FRANCIS GILLESPIE 
and MARY LEE GILLESPIE, 
his wife and UNKNOWN 
OWNERS and 

NON— RECORD CLAIMA- 
NTS thai suit entitled as 

_:fee«ri» 
me need * ond""f*£ no 
pending- og a intl you and 
other Defendants where 
Plaintiff seeks foreclosure 
of- a mortgage regarding , 
the premises legally 
described os follows: 

That part of Lot 12 in 
R.A.' Kaspafek's 
Peninsular Loon Loke 
Subdivision as falls 
within a Trad of Land 
described os follows: 
beginning at a point on 
the North line of Villa 
Rica Subdivision. 83 
Feet West of the North 
West corner of the 
North East '/. of the 
South West % of 
Section 21 . township 46 
• North, Range 10, East 
of the Third . Princ ipal 
Meridian: thence - lnro 
Northerly, Nor- 
thwesterly and Nor- 
theasterly direction 
along the West Shore ■ 
line of the strip of land 
lying Northerly of said 
Villa Rico and between 
the'East and West Loon 
Loke. so called, to the 
most Northerly Point of 
said land dividing sold 
East and West Loon 
Lake; thence Southerly 
along the Norlherly 
and Easterly shore line 
of said strip of land to a 
point on the North line 
of (aid Villa - Rica . 
Subdivision, which is 
102 feet Easterly from 
the point of beginning; 
thence - Westerly . on 
said North line of said 
Villa Rica to the point of 
beginning, in Lake 
County, Illinois. 

And- -you* are further 
notified that unless on or 
before —the — 13— day— of 
November, 1985, you shall 
appear and defend in sold 
suit a default Judgment 
may be, entered against 
you on the following day or 
thereafter. 

Sally D.Coffelt. 

Clerk of the Circuit, 

Court of Lake County, 

— > . Illionis 

Oct. 10. 17 

-and 24, 1985 

10858-131 -AR 



ond which sold (Mortgage) 
was made by Terrence w. 
Edwards, Mortgagor, to 
Great Lakes Mortgage 
Corporation, as (Mor- 
tgagee), and recorded In 
the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of Lake County, 
Illinois, as 'document 
number 1915892, ond for 
other relief; that summons 
was duly Issued out of the 
sold .Court against you as 
provided by Taw, and that 
the said suit h . . now 
pending. ' 

Now. therefore, unless 
you , the said above named 
- defendants), file your 
answer to the Complaint In 
the said suit or otherwise 
make your appearance 
tnervin, in the ontce ot the 
Clerk ol the Circuit Court 
ol Lake County, in the Lake 
County Courthouse. 
Waukegan, Illinois, on or 
before the 12th' day of 
ber, 1985; default 
3* «<U ecec/ opalni t 
you at any tim^J fllHrWliai* 
day and a Judgment 
entered in accordance with 
Ihe prayer of said Com- 
plaint. 

Dated, Waukegan, Illinois, 
October 1 0th, f985. 
Sally D.Coffelt. Clerk. 
Kropifc, Papuga 8 Shaw, 
Attorney (t) for Plaintiff. 
Terrence W. Edwards 
500 Deep Lake Road 
Lake Villa, II 60046 
Kropik. Popuga 8 Shaw, 
Altorney(s) 

120 South La Salle Street 
Chicago, 1160603 

Oct 10-17 
and 24. 1985 
1085B-116-LV . 



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Capital TmDrovements. ^%: Fro Prevention ami Safety; :&&* ^«i!?TW^■■££^ 

»^54.04; Bastsef Vofciottoo U«d: land, Evoy IS^Sj^*^ 

•Bo«d Upon th» Htlnote Program Accounting ^^^;}^^^^J^9?^ 

-•Whin puWisnlng this report M the r*wpoper. typeWirements most j&ljj;i& 
coraon«^^opWl00Ts^ll^ 



IN THE AOGREOATt PAID UNO* MOD 



School, 2,035.96:, AnlloAj 

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Jtm Gi, too. eV.oliv'Defen- . 

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No.S5Ch-665 

publicolk.fi having , b^n, 
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tf; Owners , - : ami.: Non-Rococd \ 
Claimants, defendant (») In 
the: above enJitted- suit. 



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Vim'd^m^P.irtifciq;l(.Uman. C Vandrush; NdB£jfcm£*J^.*itt 
floshmon, B. Kramer. K. Unadowshl; t M .88 8 , — 1 Omr. J. Bollpcfc. 



and ' other oei e n oo nrs, 
S^^icaiCo^.;^;6^ | ll»g]onaI f^ttggrS^igTS^ 

SnUd!l .050.00; M*mK>^^ 1.42953; of a certatajrwt Deed 

Savin Corp. 1 . 1 ^836130; Scholastic m»raW!S» fllfl 60- Teacher* Retirement; conveying the premises 

47.710.09; Troc Inc.. 881. 3?L T ^^i^^?6irt. of Revenue. 901 .73. ' wit: ;." . , ". 






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2:Perty.Cosh . 

3. Imprest Ponds .;:■ : ^ , * 

Taxes Receivable 
4,(ModiliedAccnmlJ 
•Acrauhts Receivable 

5. (Modified Accrual) 

6. Due from Other Funds 

Due from Other Governmental 

7. Units (Modified Accrued) 

8. Loan to Educational Fund 

• f; lean to Operatiom. Building 

9. and Maintenance Fund - ; 

1 0. Loan to Transportation Fund 
i Interest Receivable on 

11. Investments (Modified Accrual) 

12. inventory ■ 
13; Investments . ' 

■'. ;Unamortixed Premiums on 
14. Investments (Modified Accrual) 

Prepaid Expenses . 
15; (Modified Accrual) & 

, Other Current Assets 

16. (Attach Itemization) 

17. TOTAL ASSETS _ 



$374,926 
174 



$131,739 



$95,084 



$5,242 



WOBXINO 

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$117,847 



$375,100. 



$131,739 



$95,084 



$5,242 



$117,847 




^^IHTEMAMOl POOTATrOII 



MUKICIPAL 
KfTiBfJAiNT 



WrORKIHO 



lUeUlttle* 

., Accounts Payable . 
~* IB. (Modeled Accrual) 

Corporate Personal Property 
Repiocemen t Tax Antidparion 

19. NoteiPoyoble . = 

20. Anticipation Warrants Payable 

21 . Anticipation Motes Payable 

22. Teacher's Order* Payable 
State Aid Anticipation 

23. Certificates Payable ■ 
Due roOther Funds 

24. (Accounts 411 through 415) 
DuetoOther ' 

25. Governmental Unit* . 

26. loon form Educational Fund 
Loan from Operations, Building 

27. and Maintenance Fund .-•■ 
i» 28. loo* fiom Transportation Fund 
* 29. Loan from Working Cosh Fund 

Matured Bonds Payable 

30. (Modified Accrual) 
Matured Interest Payable 

31. (Modified Accrual) 

32. Payroll Deduction* Payable 
Accrued Expense* 

33. (Modified Accrual) 
Deferred Revenues . 

34. (Modified Accrual) 
Other Current Liabilities 

35. (Attach Itemization) 

36. TOTAL LIABILITIES 

37. Reserved Fund Balance 

38. Unreserved Fund Balance 
TOTAL LIABILITIES 

39. AND FUND BALANCE 



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134 



120 



♦o- 

VrH:" ! "'v-':'" . :>. 

Lot 2 (n the Ivy. 
R«ubdhrtslon ol the 
Port of lot 245 of Lake 
Forest, '■ Illinois Vl" 
Section 33. Township 44 
r4orth;vRc«ge^- 
of the TWrd IVlncipol X:' 
Meridian; ctc co r d tog to '■' 
the Piot^: '-"bfs^ioW>'' 
Resubdivisiari, record- .- 
©d September 27, 1960, ' 

as Document .No. 
1084059 m Book 35 of 
Plahi; Poge 53, m Lake 
County, :"(' '.Illinois.".;-. 
commonh/ known o*: 
292 Washington, Lake 
' FbreitHBlnofci;^; 
and which sold Trust Deed, 
was mode by Midwest 3 
Bank and Trust Company, 
as trustee under Trust 
ogroement doted : ;Moy?3rV: v ' 
1977>:omia«bwn»fn»ti^- 
no. 70-05-2056 to Eugene 
M. -Hoegele.' :Mlla - 
Kollinger. Peter KoUktger. 
:;Ahtonrr::|{dpolrwli,v.-';Jw«':' 
-."Johnson, .'and ^JchnSAn^;-- 
.drkh, -a* . Trustee, ondr ' 
| r»coroed > the office of ; 
/.the i Recorder 'of* Oei ' dJ ij all--;- 
Loke; County, llinois. as 
document -^ number, 
,2364955. cmd^lw^bthsr 
.. relief; that summons was 
duly issued out of tbsrtasd; 
* Courtx^bgbfrn^ff.you^piis^: 
provided by '.'kmir; and that :; 
the said sutt is now. 

"~pendingr r ' , XTc-"f'-'T-> ;: ; _ 
; Mow, therefore, antes* 
you, the sold above named 
defendants), MiH^ycNiri: « 
answer to the Comptolnt In 
the said suit or, otherwise 
; make" youK enpswionee 
thereiri, in the office of the 
Clerk of the areuH Cbortr 
of Lake County,' bi the Loke 
County ' Courthouse, :,. 
Waukegan, Uunois. on or 
before the 18th ■ day of 
.November. 1985 default 
may . be entered against 
you at any time after that 
.day' and a Judgment en- 
tered. In accordance with 
the prayer of: sold Com- : 
plaint. 

Dated, Waukegan, Illinois, 
October 17th. 1985. .-^ 
SauyD.Cofftet. 
Clerk 
AlthelmerBGory. 
Attorney (s) for Plaint if fs. 
Allhelmer 8 Gary. At- 
tomey(t). = / 

333 West Worker Drive 
' Suite2700 
Chicago. Illinois 60606 
' Oct. 117-24 

31.1985 
108Scl49-GL 



$134 

$14,719 

$360,247 

$375,100 



$120 
$35,922 
$95,697 

$131,739 



$95,084 
$95,084 



ST ATIMEMT OP BOTra/**VtNUI$. l>l$lUI$IMiNn/IJlPtN0*UtO. TlAls. 
^rUND BALANCES FOB TNI Y1AR ENDED JUMI $t. W« 



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•I. Local Sources 

2. Intermediate Sources 

3. State Sources 

.4. Federal Source* ^ 

"~rOTA«ECEriSyREVENUES 

5. AND TRANSFERS 



EDUCATIONAL 
$346,193 

33.513 

3.382 



BUILDtNO AND 
MAINTENANCE 

$64,961 






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6. Instruction - 

7. Supporting Service* 

B. Community Servic es; _ 
9. Ndnprograinmed Charges 

10.l>ebtServkes.= ^ 

V TOTAL DBBIJRSEMlllTSyEX 
ill; PlNPtTURK Ai» WNSFEftS_ 
- Excess of RecetotsyR*venues and 

n'ESS 'is 

tr- OjhsyChergss'toeM Bolonces 

14. Inoeose (Decxeasej/. ,«« 

15. Fund Balance, <—**» 



383,088 



290.047 
97.923 

18,200 



406.170 



(23.082) 
398,048 



64,961 



$73,816 



73,816 



.{8,855) 
140,474 



131.619 



TRANS— 
POBTATION 

S1B.9I9 



3,086 
$22,005 



MUNIQPAL 
SET1SEMENT 

$2,043 



$5,242 
$5,242 



Slit AND 
COMSTRUCTIOM 



$128 



$117,847 
$117,847 



WOBJCINO 
CASH 

$19,564 



$21043 



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$14,387 



$14,387 

$7,618 
$87,466 

$95,084 



$5,725 



$5,725 

$(3,682) 
$8,924 

$5,242 



$128: 



* ■ 
$2,383 



$2,383 



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$2,255 = 



$19,564 




$19,564 
$98,283 '■ 



$117,847 



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:■ >. ;,.^ r' i. \ ' ..- VrV^iw^ tori "*as bom S^. M o» tiw^ M«i«kil rfc^lol, Wwrtyyill., la 

"A ion. Mkhori Frank) wot born Aug. I or Vkloiy Momoriol HetpbcX. Wook^.to " ■• *J^V«rto WmUtrorti Antioch. Tbo boby bo» o ttalw, Corln. 4. Grondpor.nl* «• 

Frank and Money Morkl. Anlloch.Tno baby ho»o,«ltl«r, Cora. J.Grondmott»rtor»MirBO • -^"J^^vironSilrorri AnllocWa«JMr.ondM^.CorlW.Jobn«on.Sfromibofy,M«b. 



in Years Agos October 22, 1975 ■ ': 

\ Antioch's homecoming queen, Robin Hunley; played two 
rcportant roles last weekend. After being selected queen, 

le was the star of Saturday morning's homecoming "parade,. 

; during half time of the football game she gave her regular 

formanceas majorette for the Sequoit Marching Band, 

Halloween hours ;'are self roni ^3^to9p,mfonf Friday, Oct;3l*> 

Only 20 percent of the potential voters turned out when the 

)ist 34 bond referendum to build a new elementary building. 

pas turned down. .•;. :.- " .' ';':'v<V;Jt. ' 

fhlrty Years Ages October 27, 1955 

The Chlcago^Inkahd Research Co: factory will be moved 
nto its new building in Sequoit Acres east of the Soo Line - 
racks,. 

More than 15 mailboxes were wrecked at Morley's sub-: 

ilivisiori; 

J Ghosts and goblins that usually travel at night will be'. 

fouihd oh Antioch streets! when; toe Antioch Grade School 

upils stage their annual Halloween costume parade. ' 

Fifty Years Ago: October 24. 1^35 \ _■ r 

. /^amW^m^^™^'^ Grass.-Lake was held when. 
Ithousahds of waterfowl hunters filled Jrtinds and. began 
Iblasting to announce the opening of the 1935 season: ■ 
i Antioch Legionnaires will hold their annual Armistice 
Idinrier^nce at r the Pasadena Gardens, a mile north, of 

lAntioch' ■*■■ '' "•* ■ '■ " , .• . 

Eightlarge tracts, the maiority of which are in northern 
I Lake County east of Antiocn, will p^tehomesfor 5lLake: 
counliTi ; rodents £u -part of the Federalj Subsistence 

I Thev^ork of removing three islands in Lake Marie ! off the 

shore of the CaUUdrmaUce company's subdivision on the 

hortliside of the lake was completed by.Pergenzer & Stearns, 

;dredging"contre^r)^ &' ' J '"■; <■ ■ 



Krlrten Nicole tietsell 

' A ooughtvr, Krfoteft HltoU, wal born S*p». 7 ol ihsMwJkoi Contor of Uko County 



; Stefan Earl Ballenger 



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L&ortyvlllo, to Tom and Robin KmmII, Anlkxh, Gfondparonti or. Mr: ond Mr*; 
"tbdUod, Antioch, and Mr. ond Mr*. Hony KmmII. Wondor LoJi... ...'*Z'^ 

Jennifer NIchola Baker - 

'?'■'&&$». iWintfor NltoU/wo* bom S*nt; B ol Wonhwn HUnohi Mwlkol C»n+»r f M- 
cHinry. to Cloudo orrtUwrrl Bokiir. Sprliig Crovo. Tr» boby la.a brotrm; 3, Grtno- 
porWin or* Jon Kohl, Son Dktao. Cot. Km ond Morydnn Kohl. Fo» U*o, and Conrad |»nd 

' Toggy '■oltor.'CiiniM. C^ooi^randporinW ara Mr. ond Mr*. Claud* Bok«, Fl. M^r«ra, 

Brian Christopher Carrl ek , 

• A »on. Brian Chrlitophor, wo* born fapll Wot Northern llllnoTi Madkal ContoH M- 
cHMwy,' to Wllltam and ThorotYCarrkk', MeHoiwy. Grondmothort or* HaUrt SoKton, Cop* 
,Corot,Fki.ahdG(erk>Carrkk,Anllo£h. - i -', ' ' ,' 

J«ff*rvJame*Can«lla<Jr i 

"'A »on, JoHory Jamai, woi bom S«pl. 1* al Condotl Momortal Hotpltol. tlbartyvlMo, to 
JoirCortolkt end Dobblo Fottof rAnllothV Grondporonti dr« Mr.ond Mr*. Ervln'Fo*t*r,. 
Round loko/and Mr.'onctMr*. Joh'n.ConoUaV Antioch. Grodl-grandpcroht* or* Mm , Archlo 
r ,Grw:w»iiykgkilo,ar^Mr.oridMri.No«b«rtUM«lfr;Mund»l«ln. ,; . ,./ 

A daucjhiar. Kotfiorlno Morto, woi born S*pii' 19'at Condoll M»moriol Hbtpitpl. Llb«r- 

trrllk*. to John ond Sh«l Frlai, Anlloch'. Tho baby hoi a brothor. Chftalophtr, 1 Grand : 

. poronli aro'Jock ond Mory Frloiorid Tom ond Eloln* Wobor, oil of AntloT*. Groat- 

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Ltaa Noorkt ond M01*iw FUklngtoV, AntlochVGrondporml* wo Mr. ond Mr*. Willtorn 

or. Mr, and Mr*: Bnmo DoWgnoro, f fJt*M«<?- P".- *"; and Mri-JWllllom, Hofrto »«> »"•. 

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private interests for Brae ''^■^Tbe'atabUsJieorp^irchase^ Witwickl was known to be 
Loch Country Club, 'rpHce Pla^less^than^two $i;250,O0O. VI don't see 'why 
President Don Strenger ;of ^professional appraisals ob- ■ , ^ k^y^r^should/ pay . 
^ Lake County Fores 

Preserve Dist is being being tabbed at $1,420,000 for ted -■■■■;' 

credited with saving the the^: 158-acre, mldkounty 
pubUc $100,000. recreational facility and the Dining Guide • 

lhe;".purchase . price of 5^<^^at^^«>0^ ^0&£ffiffi^i$ffi£ 
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established with Chicago appraisal as a starting point "special occasion," are 
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rd«Iart Mooting 

^erraijjB of takeCounty will hold a meeting on Oct. 

I starting will Mass at 11 a.m. at St; Mary of Vernon Church; 

fernonxHihWFr^ .-John Finnegah wilT be' the celebrant A 
Puncl^n^will .follow at the ^Country Sq^re Restaurant • in 

Irayslakewhere Father Fitinegan will be guest speaker. 

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MPORT Of CONDITION 
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION of "State Bank' of 

Foreign Subsidiaries and I ti Fore) g n Branehe t at the clot* 
of bvslnos* on September 30,- 1 985. ^. 

. Publlthed In Response to Call of the COMMISSIONER OF 
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES of the Stale of Illinois 



AUTO THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS 

1. Cash and duo from financial 
inMnulions * ... »-•'• ■ «■» ♦ •■•'* • ■• * *,♦.« ■,•»■ ■ * ■*• ?■*.* i^,4tI 

- . 2. U;S.7Treciury securities,.: . ; '. . . ; . .... '.'. .">. . . 4,359 
,. a.OblfgotiontoffllhorU.S.Govommont 

' agencies and corporation*. . .'. ..10,370 

4 . OMlgatpm of State and /'- '' 
-/ polltteol *ubdlvi*lons .". : : .. .'•■•'•• • • ■*• • '• ...v.; ..9,251 ■ 

',.'.. 5. OrrUir bonds, note* and d*benture« . . ..;..:. ;2, 165 

o. Corporal© stocx. .■.. . • « •'.,• ■ .,.._/. . • * '. '. ■ • * . * None 
,. 7. Trading account Mkurillei, ......... , .....;. None 

'•'!. 8; Federal funds sold and securities' N 

purchased under ogreemon t* to resell '■...: . W. 3, 500 
9. a. Loam. Total (excluding 
, unearned income). .................... 69,075 

b. Less: Reserve for poJ»Ib!o ;. - ■ 

loon losses ..,........,.....«... i . ....... /u/ 

■- c. Loons, Net* .... .'• •■. » . •■• *~*\* •••*■ • •-• * •* •■• * av, lots ■ 

10. Direct lease financing .............;. . . . . . . None 

- 1 \i Bonk promises, furniture and fixtures, 
..': and other assets representing^ 

' bOflR ptf^fTflUM ****•'• 'i • * m '■* * m ,■'«»•■ « -■ i - ■ p # l *(WJf 

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■ 13. Investment* in unconsolidated subsidiaries '..'■ 

and associated companies. . . . ... .... .... . . .None '■. 

: tT4. Customeri' liability to tftii bonk 

J ; on acceptances outitonding. .'. . .'. .;■ .... .". . . . None 

: 1S.Otherossers(llern7of v 

: . "other assets" schedule) .....,.....'... 1 ,647 

16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of Items 
^ , 1 thru 15). , • . . '»'• . « .' "I • .• • » . • • . •!•.••!■ • . . . 116,266 -. 



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Robert P. Neal, chairman : 
of the Lake County- 

■. Republican Central. Copa-; 

' mittee, has announced tha t 
the executive committee will - 
interview Candida tes .who 
plan to run in the-Republlcan 
Primary Election in March 

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. ... 10,471' 

...84,835 

....... 282 



' >7. Demand deposits of Individual* ', - 

partnershtps, and corporation* ...... . 

18. Time and sayings deposits of Individuals 
• ' partnerships, and corporation* . .' .-. . . . 

19. Deposits of United States ... 

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20. Deposits of States and political '■■ 
subdivision.'; ........ .. . .>. . . . . . ;.. ..... 11.035 

: 21 . Deposits of foreign governments ' 

ana official institution* ...; None 

22. Deposits of commercial banks. ..........'..;. None 

v23. Certified and officers' checks'. . 1,257 

24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items , 

17 thru 23). • . . .■_. ..../................... 107,880 

a. Total demand deposits ~. ... ........... 15,365 

b. Total time and saving deposits . ..... . . . 92,51 5 : 

15. Federal funds purchased and securities . 

sold under agre ements to repurchase .......... .50 

26. Other (labilities for borrowed money .None. 

27. Mortgage Indebtedness None 

28 . A cce ptan ces executed by or for account 

of this bonk and outstanding........'. .None 

29. Other I labi I It les (Item 9 of ' o t her 

liabilities" schedule 2,320 

' 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated 

notes and debentures) 1 10.250 

' 31. Subordinated notes and debentures 600 



EQUITY CAPITAL 

32. Preferred stock 

a. No. shares outstanding None 

(par vofuej .*#«».#*...••#«>»••«*.**..» None . 

33. Common stock . 

a. No. shores auihor'ued 993 

"" b. No. shores outstondJng-993 ' , 

(par value) . . . <f[). . < ..................... ..993 

34. Surplus. ■•..».*..*'.•■.•'.♦•»»#♦. ......*.. Of 1 3 * 

35. Undivided profits : ; ■ • • • 1.266 

36. Reserve tor contingencies 

and ojMft Copt lot reserves None 

37. TOTAVKHJITY CAPITAL 

(sum of Items 32 thru 36) ....... . ......7.416 

38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY . 
CAPITAL (sum of Items 30. 

31 ana 37) • *i* • » ..■■.'.■. . * . » # • -■• • ...... . • .....i io,xoo 



1. Standby letters of credit outstanding .351 . 

I. John E. WoH V.P. t Comptroller, of the above-named 
bank, do hereby certify that this report of condition Is 
true and correci to the best of my knowledge Correct -Assest 

' John E. Wolf 

Directors 

William Brook . ;. 
RIchardDaniel . ' 

John Slegmeler ' ; v. y 

State of Illinois, County of Lake,**: ; _ ^ 

Sworn to and subscribed belorejne this 19th day of Oc- 
tober,198S 



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My commission expires ^prll LI , 1989 

Pamela Ann Zdon • / .".-.'.. _ 

Notary Public; ; / / .._ 



Oct. 24. 1985 
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: Although this follows 'the 
procedure of previous years 
ta^wbicjj?yclmwte 
first interviewed and ' then * 
subsequently endorsements 
announced, " ^^ this V year a 
complete re-cvaluation was 
made., Only after all alter- 
natives "were- rwiewea' ; was ; 
the' decision: made-to ; con-,- 
Unue as in the past; 

The committee will -in- 
terview' all candidates who 
have announced their in- 
tention of running for the 
following .offices: fLS. J 
Senate -and ■ House of : 
Representatives, Illinois 
governor, Illinois . attorney 
general, Illinois treasurer, 
Illinois Comptroller, Illinois 
Senate and House . of! 
Representatives, county-w- 
ide:: Lake County Offices, 
Lake County 36ard .and. 
Judges. 

In, announcing the In- 
terview program; Neal said 



that in previous elections the 
interview procedure has 
; proven to be Invaluable in 
^lettt^ . the party's; comT;, 
mitteemen know about the 
/cariala^tes^who ; will be 
^runhuig ih v tbe primary; and' 
th^t this yeai^s program Is . 
jejpejCted_to ^'equajly.im^ 
' portanL \~j£';;j~~ "' 
A^e^iJt^ew/ ^ will ,.be 
c ond u c ted . by the executive 
committfie of the Republican 

CenlJai^Committee.i-con^ 
sis ting [i of ^the township 
chairmen, officers and 
memebers-at-large. The 
interview process will take 
place at the Swedish -Glee 
Club, 621 Belvidere St.,. 
Waukegan, oh Nov. 2 and 9. 
AH Republican; com- 

• mitteemen and their active 
precinct workers are invited 
to attend the interviews and 
meet the candidates^ The 
press is also invited to these 
mteryiew sessions. , 

- Candidates- who/ plan to 
run, for Republican 

.'■ nomination for any office in 
next "March's '.primary, 
election may receive full 
information about, the. 
candidate interviews by 
contacting : Republican 
Headquarters in Waukegan, 
(312)6234235: 



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A workshop on' political 
participation will be presen- : 
td by the Lake; . County 
Women's Political Caucus 
Sunday, Oct 27, at 1:30 p.m., 
at Coldwell Banker! in Mun- 
delein (at the intersection of 

^tesj45andU6); 

Pa rticipan ts -will ■: learn 

; ways - to "?■? become con- 
structively involved; in; a ; 

.' political party or to work ef- 
fectively as an independent; 
how to select and help elect 
the candidates of their 

.',cholce.':: ".V 

An update on 1385 Illinois 
legislation affecting women 
wUl conclude the program. 

Virginia :\ Piester 
Frederick; state senator 

' from Dist 59 and ■_ Grace 
Mary Stern, state represen- 
tative from 'Dist.' 58, are- 



honorary co-chairs for- the 
event.' ■ "-'•:.„■---'.■,_ 

. Other workshop leaders 
and distinguished guests in- 
clude Edna Schade, special 
assistant to the Governor for 
Women; | Linda Ianuzi Hess, 
Lake County clerk; Andrea 
Moore, Lake County board; 
MUlicent Berliant, College of 
Lake County board of 
trustees; Gwen Seawrigbt, 
Lake County Republican 
central - committee 
secretary; and Barbara 
Monsor, . Shields Twp. 
Democratic central com- 
mittee chair. 

A wine and cheese recep- 
tion-will follow the 
workshop.- For information, 
call (312) 432-5612 or write 
P.O. 728, Highland Park,, 
60035. 



'Guests visting the Holiday r 
Irih- (Gurnee) between now 
and the end of the year will 
have a chance to win annual 
vactions for 'the rest of their 
-lives -as ^ part :. of a ; recently 
announced Holiday Inn 
national promotion. 

The. Tnulti-miHion-doHar 
program Is ■• called "Win A 
-Lifetime: of Holidays from 
Holiday " "lm7;iWhere^_Gpod 
Service Is a Way of Life.";: 
Holiday-Inns is distributing 
game .cards for the 
promotion; which features a , 
"Key to/Service" theme; in 
major national magazines, 
through direct mail, and to 
guests at check-in. 
-To play, consumers match 
. numbers on their game 
cards with numbers on 
similar promotion display 
materials at the Holiday Inn- 
. (Gurnee) ! or other par- 
ticipating Holiday Inn hotels 
to see if they have won one of 
more than 10,000 prizes to be 
awarded, . ■ 
. GrandMprize in the 
"Lifetime of Holidays" 
promotion is a vacation trip- 
for two at any Holiday Inn 
hotel in the world each year 
for. the rest of the. winner's 
life (up to $10,000 per year). \ 
First prize is vacation for 
two at any Holiday Inn hotel 
in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, 
or the Caribbean each year 
for the rest of the winner's 

. life ( up to $5,000 yearly ). ' 

' -. Second prize is- a vacation 

anywhere in the contihenetal 

[,. U.S. each year for the rest of 

the winner's life ($2,500 

. annual value). .First-class 



air-fare^ full-size car rental; 
and spending^ mbiMsy are 
included in these, prizes. : In _ 
nddition, iu"0oO Holiday Inn 
Guest Certificates worth $20 
each will be awarded, as 
third prizes. 

* ( The. 'Lifetime of 
Holidays' game is a way of 
focusing the traveling 
public's attention on Holiday 
Inns* commitment to ex- 
^celleht- customer ; service," 
said Richard ~ Hedden, __ 
general manager of the 
Holiday Inn- (Gurnee) . "We 
encourage' both the guests 
staying, in our hotel - and 
citizens in our community to 
visit our display. Wot only 
will they find out whether 
they are winners^ but they 
will give us a chance to show 
what we mean by- good 
• service at Holiday Inn 

hotels." 

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People whose game cards 
do not have matching . 
numbers will have another 
chance to win the vacation 
prizes in a "second chance" 
drawing that is part of the 
"Lifetime of Holidays" 
promotion. . Non-matching' 
game cards should be sent to 
Lifetime of. Holidays Second 
Chance, Box 9520,' Westbury, 
N.Y.. 11592 as entries in a 
random drawing for .each 
major prize that will be held . 
no later than Feb. 15, 1986. 

Game cards_can be op- 
. tained by guests at t check-in 

at all participating"^ .S. 

. Holiday Inn hotels, and 

through special inserts in 

major consumer magazines. 



Ta Present 
Band-O-Rama 



On Thursday, Oct 24, 
Round Lake Senior High 
School will present, its 10th 
Annual Band-O-Rama. This 
is an indoor "Marching Band 
Spectacular," featuring the 
Round Lake SenifJr High 
School Pahtoer ^torching 
Band, flag corps and Pom- 
pon squad. :; 

: Under the direction of Dr. 
Darryl Jachens, Assistant 
Conductor Therese Wall and 



announcer James Jordan, 
they will be performing 
featured selections from 
their pre-game shows and 
half-time shows. Pom-pon 
Adviser is Phyllis Siegah- • 

Doors open at 7 p.m., with 
the show beginning at 7:30 
p.m. in the high school girls' . 
gym. Admission is 50 cents 
per person, $1.50 maximum 
per family; 




Henia Lambin, R.N., head 
nurse of the . Intensive 
Critical Care Unit, at Con- 
dell Memorial Hospital, has 
been certified as an 
Enucleation Technician. 
■ The! Lions of Illinois spon- 
sor enucleation courses as 
part of. the organization's 
Eye Donor Registry 
program^ Condell Memorial 
Hospital, a subsidiary of The 
'Medical Center .of Lake 
County^-is one of 146 Eye 
Donor Centers .■■ that " have 
beeii established statewide. 



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The Adjust-a-Draps exclusive blocking cabinet provides 
gentle steam ana precise shaping 
and holding positions to ensure 
squared panels, perfect pleats, 
correct length and even hemlines . . 




Baord's 

Del Mar Cleaners 

* Drapery Specialists , 

Take Down & Rehang Service 

2308 Washington Street 
Waukegan, Illinois 

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RICHMOND A becUwni, 2 
baths, on one ocre, 2 cor 
garage, nke area. Aiklng 

190,500. 

(815)675-6215 

-^- 1-44-35 — - 

HOME WlfH a heart. 

Newly remodeled kitchen. 

bedroom* and bath- Huge 

living room wllh field 

stone fire place, new 

plumbing and heating 

system. Charming ruitJe 

styling, located on the Fox 

. River. In Silver. Lake, 

-Wisconsin. Call;'--' 

(414)889-4861 

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FOR SALE by owner; 
Orayslake, brand new 
spacious 3 bedroom brick 
and cedar. ; quad-level, 
beamed calhedrol. .celling, 
2 masonry fireplaces,' 3 
tiled baths, family room, 
full basement,* deck, 
central air, large 2 car 
attached garage, 
beautifully kept neigh- 
borhood/close to schools, 
shopping and commute to 
train $122,000.- ' 

(312)356-1675. 
• ■ ■';;: or ■ ! W:i!v; ■ 
■ ■ -' (312)223-0398 
-1-44-17- 



! BY OWNEt'Llndenhurst; 3 
bedroom; 1%. bath, at- 
lathed garage. " neutral, 
decorating,' nice yard and 
nelghbbrhood;$64000. r 
* (217)2B3-64B8 
__1 -43-56— 
LAKIFtONT CUSTOM 4 
.bedroom -home, has 
everything, low .taxes. ; 
Mint condition. .Must be 
seen I Owner asking 

$149,900: 
^ ; t312)223r5633 
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,51 AND LAKE 

Home for oil seasons^ 3 
b dreom Cape Cod on 3 
lots, 1 ! house from . laker 
Two full baths, huge family 
room with fireplace. Voca- 
tion' year-round with dry 
amenities. $64,900. 

CCHTURV21 
BCLL&SNELL 

836 S.Northweit Highway 
- Borringloa ; , 

(312 ) 381-9100 

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FOR RENT 

Apprbx.;5,00p sq. ft. of 

firime property. .2 
evel* with air cbndl*. 
tlonlng with a fhird 
tower level -for 
ttoroge^ Good Moca- 
fiph with large park- 
ing 'area. Must see to 
appreciate; - ' 

(312)223-8161 



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STOREFRONT 
& WAREHOUSE 

Space located at corner 
of Route 63 and Center. 
Street '£ In _ Groyiloke. 
11,184 sq. ft. available. 
Asking *2000 per 
month plus taxes ond 
utilities. Call : -\ ;?:■:_> :■'. 

Don Gdrreau 
(312)223-8686 



Call LAKEVIEW 
(312)395^07 

or BOB 
{312)526-3866 



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] area. Hurry 1 1 Owner anxious, make offer. Asking 
' $98,000. ■_ : /"Jj_-: [ 

■"OpenMon.'fti.Uniii 8:00 pk Sat.-Suri.tiHSpjn. 
(312)223-8178 

Aner8pjn.(312j22M206 . (312)2234770 

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Approximately 11 ,075 
Sq. Ft. bfffce Space 
in Heritage Office 
Bldg., 800 INI Main 
Sti;^ntioch, ill.'; ; 
Available 

JANUARY 1^1986^ 
§ Call ' 
(312)362-9050 



BUY HOUSES 
RAIL CASH 

Ermac 
investments 
312)587-8234 




YOU NEED A PRO 




UNO A JOB, or till a fob 
with lakeland Classified. 

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#104 - PRICE Reduced tM^OOUlhls 3 bedroom 

home would easily be ioned .'«' d » n «i*»'W\ 
daf. Located on 2 acres near intersection ot 
Washington and Route 21. -" , - 

#109 - HAS IT AU • frestige area, completely- 
"•furbished Insldecwld out; Two fireploow, family 
ond rec rooms,, numerous quality extras. 

,$106,900. - rW-: .7 V"-,-^- IV 

#106 - SOUO MBOC RANCH • Expandable with 
In, 1300 feet of Irving space. Ful finished base- 
ment. Ready to move in and really clean. Onry 

.'$66,900. ' .: .} * : 

#107 - tOOKIMO FOR GOOD IN^MIHTJ 

* luge Krkk a cedar house can easily to*"™** 
lnto2 flat. On no-thru ^street with private beach. 

$89.000. 



WAUCONDA 3t office* or 
stores, each 720 sq. ft. 
$360 per month. 

(312)446*2672 

; : 6-45-10 . 

MABKfTPtAC* for smart, 

shoppers,, thafs lakeland 

Classified/ To advertise 

call 

(J12j221-eT61 .... ; 




rAfcm'fORrent.Rare op 
portuhtty for mature, 
4 ener(jetic:couplo.,80 acres 
vwlth newly ^remodeled 3 . 
." bedroom ',- nbme,' ' - aorago , 
V! machine • shed ana: bam. 
. Can easlly.be converted to 
stables. 400 acres. of riding 
trails adjacent. Must care 
for .small herd ! of herford 
cattle. 10 minutes north of 
■ Ahtloch; 1 near. Hwy. 8 and 
' Hwyv.SOi Option to sell on 
contract to right; party. 
$600 ; per - monlh. plus 
V' utilities. Available pec.: 15; 
1985. Phone 

(312)356^8316 ; 
-■','. -days 

(414)877-3477 
,.-■,. evenings- --.. 

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TWIH IAM$. lokeffont ; 
3V4 small r 2 bedroom - 
house, carpeted^efftclency 
kitchen, oppJIonees.Vseml 
furnished, ^odultsy. only; 
$350 plus security. r 

, (414}B77-3854 -v 
:^_ -7-44^4 :;•••.: ■•■■ '■-■■ 
FURNISHED 2".. bedroom , 
* '"'cottage, ■' paneled- .'and 
^rpeted, no'pe.ts, one cor 
U'.'. parking : only; $345 : per 
.month; . plus utilities, 
v^security -deposit, "firm. 1 ; 
V.riefeTeflCes^Teau.lredi\' By; 
;'■: appointment only." ".,;., 
1 /!Tl^.(312)587r0945:. ^;.vl-. 

:;■: :*■ _l_^43-4i^-^' .-:• 

HOUSE fdferent:- Victnlty; 

setting on the Fox River. 2 

. hedroomsi_$300 monlhly. 

-:^:: ; .{>i4)843^4bo^.'' 

- ■ " ■ ii_^^7>43.56— rr^f- 

■RliTOI^ Wisconsin. 

Beautiful 1 bedroom 
-apartment", •:.; stove,, 

ref rlgerbtor . .dishwasher, 
"disposal, 'air conditioner 

Included. Security locked. 

$325monlhly: 

(414)857:2111 

■(414)843-3400 ■' "^ 
— 1-7-43-57— — 
1 BEOOOOM home for 
~Tent.-$4tt> of month. 917 
"' SheridehRd.Wauconda: 
(815J459-5480 
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; BIOROOM furnished 

condo In Vacation Village. ;'■ 

Fox lake^ : r Fire* place; 

. tennis, pool,- security gate, 

. $450 plus :ul)lltles, : securlt,y s 

'deposit. ■" '~'-'- ■ -. "*•• 

(312)546-4764 

ZION STUDIO apartment : 
furnished wish all utilities 
Included, use of washer 
■ and .dryer, "* no: lease ,! or 
deposit required, suitable' 
for 1 or 2 people $350 per.. 

m0 ^^3i2)746-8168." - 

7-44-47— — ■■■'"•:•:" 
FEMALE WANTED to shore . 
house with same. Couple .-' 
miles from ClC.vobbut 15 ., 
"minutes .to takehurst;,-: 

. References. $200 monthly 
plus ' 'A . utilities. Security 
deposit;. .„ Available 
December 1. Send replies 
to ; lakeland Newspapers. 

• P.O; Box 268, Oroyslake, 
IL 60030 Box 109. ;: :,; , 
;•" - •- •••-7 ^3-SQ '- •; .', ■■■■: <■. 

. SAVtTOM nitNTl Find a . 
roommate. '; You ,' choose 

. f r omV o ur- ' * listing.), 
'References checked . K; M ' . 
Enterprises. ; > ' - J 
■'■:■; (312)249^0434 

,jrvjg> -■'■-■•■ - 7^4.25 ' 



7 BEDROOM apartment. 
Hooted, $400 per month, / 
security '-^deposit - : and 
references. : Adult 
preferred. 
-r^; (31 2)567-6384 : 

.'. .evenings ■-■-—., 
"' -"^^-^43-44— : r rr 
J lEOtOOM'rranch. lln-.. 
denhurtt; $600 per. mon.h • 
plus* uHlities, .security 
deposit Ond references. 2 
rmohlh lease. .:.'../ 

*^?V5(312)356*4W78 . 
. ; ,jiaji.y^3.i6 ; ••■"■•' •'■• : . : : 
;2 BEDROOM. 2 baths, 
: luxury "icondo, Heather 
Ridge. ."-Available .mid- 
DecembeK Pine . model. . 
Washer and dryer. All dp- : 

Eltances," Under-ground 
eated parking; $680 per 
month.'V-^' '"■■'.'■'-■, ', . 
■ -;,r:, (312)259-8056 : 
7.45-22- 






FEMALE TO share apart- - 
ment. 

(312)546^)255 
..-'..; ask for Moo- :■ 

: -''•-■• 743r6' '"-' ' : 

SMART CAR Buyers shop 
Lakeland Classified first., 
TUni your car into cash the 
quick and easy way. Just; 
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| FOR LEASE 

Grayslake-General Business Zoned 
Brick 2 story building-5,000 sq. 1 
ft.-2 floors. Atrtcohditioned with 
gas hot; water heat, heavy duty 
electrical input. Good downtown 
location; GREAT] ^opportunity to 
begin' your ■'-. own .business at 
reasonable rental rate. Large 
parking area; $1000 per month. 

MURRIE & BEHM REALTORS 

352.CenterSt;--Grays(ak^l. ; 
^ P (512)223-8178 



Grayslake 
Grondppeniiigl 



RentolUmtifrea$420 

Models Open Daily 

11 a.m* to 6 p.m. 

Luxury brand new T 
& 2 bedroom apart- 
ments with largo 
separate : dining 
room, air condition- 
ing, dishwasher, 
carpet, .: laundry 
facility, balcony or 
patio, .in private set- 
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• NEWSPAPERS; 
Covering the Rapidly, 
Growing Lakeland v 
Bi-State Area of 

Lake County, • 
McHenry County 
and Kenosha County 

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ronch.^Ful!^^earp#»«d,; 
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hiiJulliiiiyiiif)lrnw--,r»:.-jX,-; 

$460$490 

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1 BEDROOM opartmentln 
Woucondaj . no V utilities, 
security deposit required, 
ho t p«U.^V yebr-lease. 
Available November 1st. 

$300;V ;;■• ;■'■-■;;.■'>■-■ ii"--i 
; 6 :(3W)52W135 . 

V -l- 7-43-18 — 

CXaUINT I .^bedroom 
apartment outstanding — 
. local Ion .'"•-v '.- 
i: (312)564.1880 

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(312)724-5318 
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VICTORIAN Doll . House 
kits, -$34i95; ; ; Just; In time 
for Christmas'. . ■ V 'S. -• - ' . 

,•"■• ■■"■•"< (312)587-2800 

, * L—^— S3-47-73— ^—- ' ■ 



, SAXAAR WHITE Elephant 
. sale; :' Good ' Shepherd 

Lutheran Church. Routes 
1 59 ■ and '?■ 132,> Lake" Villa. ; 
■ October 25 and 26y Fri;.6 v y 

8, Sat. 9 • 3; Luncheon 
{': served;il^3b -1{30. Adu!ti\ 
■-I $3, Children $2. Christmas 
' -ill ts, bake sale..vFree. 
test 



_lood- pressure^ 
available. ',' 7'~l\- 
•43-15- 




1 ilDKOOM apartment in 
'Waucondd, ^; all ^llMos r. 
included, security deposit 
required, no P«ts. .1 year ' 
. lease available November 4 

(312)5261135 

■ - ' ' —=±££4 9— ^— . , '•:■ ' 

FIND A JOB, or fill a Job 

with lakeland dossil ied.'T 




CS AFTUS W ANTEO Ay on . 

Center / School P.T.F; , |s 
sponsoring Its '.second 
annual' craft; '.fair : on . 
TSaturdayf? : : November 9 
'froni'.IO. a.m.- to 4 p.m. 
.Table space is' limited so* 
act now to Insure, a spot/at,' 
'our^falri Far ; further; In- 
formation, call Avon Center: 

. School. •*r- T '-:"-'v: ; - :,; '',': "'- " V 

.^{312,223-4225 ' 

."■'■■ £_Li__i4.43.33^^- — 
CRAFTEM WANTID for 
Fox take P.T.Oi. Christmas 
:'. azaar Sat. Nov.; 30 from 
— -3-a.hv.-to_4 p.m.V .across 
from ; Lakeland ' Plaid," for 
Tmorer-^infbrmatlon. . call 

Marie. ; ~*^~~r"r J — 

-. (312)587-5732 r 

after 5 p.m.— _ .,"■ 
1^3-37— -, ■■-', 

/A lAkiLANDl "iNewsJ; 
-popere Classified v ad cari : 

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CHRISTMAS CRAFT sale. 
Do! Is , del I cloth es , wooden 

.toys, :/, Christmas ( or- 
naments, stocking stuff ers; 
and hanging '. . Christmas 
towels,' Saturday :. and 
Sunday. 10 a.m. to 5. p.m. 

■Hlllcrest-;- subdivision, 
Monroe Ave. off of Bonner 

-"road. ■■--. :-^": : &*■-■ 
, • • 54-43-32 '"'' 7 _ ' . - 

OR ANDWOOD PARK 

Civic Assocdtibn Christmas 

Baxaar, Sal, Nov. 2, 9-5, 

36630 VHutchIns : Rd... in 

Grondwood Park, Guniee. 

: -Still'.", time, .to': "reserve a , 

space, $5 per space. For 

Information call : ' ■... 

evenings 

,. •' "j — —54^43-61 '. . 

HOUSE HUNTINO? Find! 

. just the home you're. Icok-j 

ing for in Lakeland-. 

Newspapers', ^Classified. i 





VHarpcr 

~" Holiday Hotue^ 
.^Holiday Boutique 

Frl., Oct. »'; 10 o.m.-6 p,m. 
Sof., Oct. 26, I0o.m--3p.m- 
- San., Oct, 27, Noon - 4p.m. 
4020 Horper 
Gurnee, III. -J-. 



['let iis odverllse your 
Christmas • Bazaar ' or 
Seasonal Sale in our 
classified section. ... 
For os little. os $4.00 for 
1 2 words' and TO'Hor 
each -additional " word 
you can gel "word - of 
your "sale to 270,000 
readers this Ho! Ida 
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BEDROOM 

. dining 'room set, *f«"r i - : 
. tewing machine, TVi lot at ; J 
< toys. Clothing and much, 
much more. -Sof. Oct.. 26, : 
10 a.nf. to 5 p.m. Sun- Oct. 
27, 11 d.m. ta?5 p.m. -1 
block south and ,1 block 
east of Intersection '"of ;. 
Washlnglbn ond O'Plalne. ■ 

THURJDaV .; THROUGH 
Sunday,- come one come, 
oil, all kinds of things, 9:00 : 
a.m. till dark. .35690, 
Walson, 1 . block from 
Rollins and Wilson. [• 

i55^43-71 ■— 

MOVING SAtb 220 end 

302 Waveriy Drive. Spring 

Grove, It, Sat. Oct. 26. 

-Antique dining room set, 2 

Elece bedroom set with 
on springs and mattress, 
vwheel :. chair,;, stl down 
mower. . Mlcellaneotis. 
Cosh only ^-9:00 a.m. to 
5;00p.m., 
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bikes' housewarai; 
clothes, boys to jjlze 14. . 
Glrfii to'sI»"6. ThUrsaay. 
and Friday 9, a.rh. to 5 p.m. 
ISMMeodowbrook. Round 
Lake Beach; .It.;; '■'■ 

OARAOI «ALS Freezer,, 
motorcycle, tires, rlrns^ 
"tennis table, men, Fomen 
chlldrent clothing. 34847 
N. last End, Round Lake. 






RUMMAGE 

BAKE SALE 

Saturday, Oct. 26 
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

FREE i COFFEE ; ft 
Please use the back 
door..i,J7 .^ 

l»lW"Ckrdi 

rove Avo. 
Waukeigan ( LlL 



It n. ALUMINUM John 
boat wHh* ears-. $125. 
Exerek*Wke$30. .; 
(312)587-7674 

; —-^^7-43-38^- — 
50 PEROEMT off 1 1 Super 
deluxe flashing arrow sign 
$259. : ($25 monthly). 
Lighted, non-arrow. $247. . 
Unlighted $199. Extremelv 
..limited ...quantity., (Free 
letters I ) Warranty. Can 
see locally. Also Gorillas, 
flying blimps,: LED signs! I 
Call immediately: 

(800)423-0163 
.:*:.'.. anytime ■ 

'■J 1—57-13-12-^ 

NEW DELUXE Hashing 
arrow .signs 1.1 $239 
complete ($23 monthly). 
(Save $279)'. Factory direct' 
(Warranty). . Dellverea 
without obligation for your 
inspection. (Factory) . 
-~^(800).621j5J102.-. 
anytime Signs LVT:Dr-— ^ 
—57-43-14 -t— 



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ALTERATIOHS: All types. 

'Specialist Alniladlesi^ suits, ■■.-. 

bridal i iipbrttwear. ■ I , , 

■■ -..-r" (312)367^014 > 

■*' '., .--: JoAnn • ''•.-'.-•'■,-'- 

■• :-^-^30ji3J4— -r—.. - 

ISfrabDUCE self hypnosis . 
$ to yourgbal achievement . 

plans. ■'■ Weight; etressi, 
..phobias, smoking." Slate 

cerlified. 
• "(312)234-2066 - : ^ 
■ -■30-43-26— . 

* V ACUUM CLEAN IR 

Ov*rtui«| $17.95 plus parts 
free pick up and dettvery In. 
Waucondo'area. 

(312)526-3958 

"M3-36 '. " ' 

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professional show 'should 
hove a professional em- 
cee"*"- -;'" ?;-r«': ? :p : 
Marcel la A. Hardin 
Waukegan, 111. 60085 
>V (3121360-0115; 

'-■ ' 3 0-T F-81 . ' £* 
MORNINO AND/or after 

.school n ,care, v for .your 
preschooler, special child 
or Infant, by 'mother with 
preschooler.; special ed 
degree. Fox Lake. 
^^(312)567:6688^^^^ 

<3&Y' "-'* '•'30^3J6 5^--r^:; ~^M 
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; together every - week ---,tn| f 
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Will Veil for $375. Excellent 
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57-TF-72 
EXTENDED PRUNING 
pole, $10, little red trailer 
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shredder,' a h.'p. ' $75, 
regulation ping pong tabic 
$50, 10 gal. 2 h.p. garden " 
sprayer.. $35. 37235. 
Columbus, Lake Villa. 
(312)427-2926 ■ 
ask for Mr. Marks* 

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PLAIN PAPER copy 
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Cost $3400, sail $495. Also 
computer typewriter. 
• (312)729-4146. 

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LOOKINO POt 'relpon: 

lib I* person to babysit my 
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MOTHER OF 'two' will 
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home any ago, full. or part 
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structured ploy.- Starting 
November 1st! 
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missing, can't Keep. 
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addressed stamped en* : 
velope to: P.O. Box 607, . 
Fax Lake. IL 60020/ .. 
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ACROSS 

I-. Armed conflict 
4. Soldier's mess 
.8. Sicilian volcano 

12. Before 

13. Jack rabbit 

14. Unruty mob 

15. Having left a 

w* . 

17. Barter 

18. Orangutan 
19. Oread 

_20. Wndow pane 

23. Having a 

scalloped edge" 
(Botany) 

26. Fastening 
device. 

27. Trademark 
28: Forward 

29. Presidential 
rockname 

30. Stuffs too fuf 

31. By way of 

32. football position 
(Abbr.) 

33. Harangue 

34. .Wither ...-_ .... 

35. To teach 



37. Trungs Indicated 

38. Cardmal 
numbers 

39. Large snake 

40. Old-womanish - 
42. Feeds for 

slaughter 

46. Nimbus 

47. Operatic solo 

48. Cleverness 

49. Dillseed 

50. Pretty Qiri (SI.) 

51. High note in 
GihJo's scale 

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1. Moist^ 

2. Exist 

3. Thing, in law 

4. Cracks and 
. roughens 

5. Detest 

6. Western state 

8. Messenger's duty 

9. Coronei . 

10. Bow 

11. Consumed ._. 
16.> Chore 



17. Adolescent ages 

19. Enclosure for 
paintings 

20. Dazzling light - 

21. Ouafity of some 
leaves 

22. High card • 

23. Wooden box' 

24. Works hard 

25. Growing out 
27. UndiseiplJvJ 

• children 
30.- Lifting device 
31>Contend 
33. Leopardlike cat 

Interrogative 

word- 

36. Useful 

37, The sum 

39. Oip out water 

40. Exclamation of 
. surprise 

41. Girfs name. 

42. To and _ 

43. Female' sheep 

44. Nothing 

45. Depot (Abbr.) 
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(Abbr.) 





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?*y,*£ t ? nUon to everything that's slid before you act, ■ 
As full facta emerge, you gain insight into the situation 
and are better able to handle it » 

Tinroi (Apr. 20-Ma 

stars so long as yot ' 

in the skies. Come i 

you learn will help increase what you earn. . 

Gemini (May 21 -June 20) The temptation to let things. 
slide can lead to slipped opportunities. Gear up your am- 
bitions and get out and try again. Past failures should 
act as guides to future successes.. '. 

Cancer (June 21-JuL 22) Instead of seeking assurances 
Jrom those who may; themselves, feel Insecure, rely on 
your own good senses for guidance. Mate feels left out. 
Don t neglect domestic. matters. 

Leo (Jul. 23- Aug. 22) Work at untangling that confus- 
ing situation before you attempt any other project, Keep— -- . 
your mind open to suggestions. A former adversary of- 
fers advice that can help speed 



HSIDCMTMANACO 

Growing property. 
monogement firm, is 
seeking experienced 
well organized resident 
manager . ".for- multl- 
faml'y ■; housing 
development In Lake 
County. Knowledge of 
subsidized . -"' housing 
h»!pful, Mutt have ex- 
cellent off Ice and com- 
muhlcotton skills, and 
be willing to work 
weekends.-. Compel 1 1 Iva 
salary and benefits. 
Send . resume and 
salary requirements to: 



Cert*. 

3730 W. Armltoge Ave. 

Chlcogo^L 60647 

Attention of: 

Liz Eder 



VIrfio (Aug. 23-SepL 22) While others are quick to show 
anger at this time, you do best by soothing overheated 
emotions with cool, rational suggestions. An Aries 
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of the problem. V 
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off steam, but too many explosions steam up your view 
of the problem. Keep your temper in check ana you gain 



_those cries 
doleful' 
3opt a sunnier 



Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov. 21) Say "whoa" to tho 
..of "woe.' Avoid succumbing to self-pity. The 
. mood will pass more quickly when you adopt a 

outlook on your life. 

Sasjlctsurlata (Nov. 22-Dec 21) You'll be halfway 
towards yourjgoals once you ask for the opportunity to 
prove y ourscirThis is no time to be shy. Supporters wait 

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The direction you want - 
to go in may seem hidden. But cheer up. .The way is made 
clearer as you make progress. Don t despair. You're 
traveling on the right track. ■:'■■■,-■ •> '-•'_ _•."* 

Aqnmrlns {Jan. 20-Feb. 181 The tense atmosphere away ' 
from;? home - esses -as ' adversaries ask to discuss 
disagreements. Forgiveness follows all around as the air 
is finally cleared. - 

Plicei (Feb. 19-Mar. 20) Be wary ofthose Who seem 
reluctant to answer all your questions. You need to know 
all the facts before you plunge into a new si tuatlon with 
L hidden deaths."- . ^, ^ 
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HOSTESS 4 WJUnttkV 

Hours available; 
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college credit 

requested. Any area of 
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up artist in our Production Dept on Monday ihd 
Tuesday. Person must be dependable and able to 
work split shift We will train, the niht ^person to 
ow : system. Typing wrjeneiw. biipful but not 
necessary.'" '-:■'-.. 

Applications Being Accepted At: 




30 South Whitney Street 
Groyslake, Illinois 60030 

"AJIlho NeWs And A V4^fe l^f VMore, 




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shifts for people to do production and 
assembly work. Experience in related 
kinds of work and good manual dexerily 
amusLJhhiJs o long term assignment, 
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MUNDEUEM 
(312)949-4100 

GURHEE 
(312)623-4BSO 

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PART-TIME DRIVER 
WITH OWN VAN 

Applications are being sought by Lakeloftd 

Newspapers for. a driver with own van to 

. deliver newspapers to post offices and 

' stores on Wednesdays only. Must be 
.reliable and hove references* Will work* 
i from 9 a.m. until finished. .Ideal port-time 
fob for night worker. ■ 

Contact Bill Schroeder, Jr. 

(312)2234161 
LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS 

r Grayslake, Illinois 
' 'All The News And A Whole Lot Mori' 




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Light Industrial Division 

20 TEMPORARIES 

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- -• Printing Pross Helpers 



• Material Handlers 

Hand ond arm dexterity needed for the 

assembly process and for. the operation 

of. }-" uncomplicated, > non-hazardous 

machinery. '. 

Direct mall experience a plus in a clean 

warehouse/factory dose to your 

home. 

If you are at least 18 years of age with 

own transportation and are able to 

periony repetitive work, you are a . 

good candidato. 

There ore 3 shifts as fol lows: . -. 
Hp.m;-7o.m. /7o.m.-3p.ra,/3p,m. -llp.m. , 
- — Top pay, Pleasant Surroundings. Co! I 
. (313)367-1144 
755 S.Milwaukee Ave. Suite 101 Llbortyville, IL 
Not an agency ■ Nevet* a fee 
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perierice With special ed ucatfttn brreratecl service; ; 

J VrSen'd tettaOf Application $ri(JI Resume To:; V 

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Lake Villa, IRSInols 60046 



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MAIL ORDER & RECEIVING CLERK 

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- Flexible Schedulia: 
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 

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: Thursday, Friday,. Saturday 
; :8:00A;M to4:30P.M:^ ■; 
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:V;00 am^ W 5:00 p-m; l -: 1 -^; 
306 Peterson IRd. (Hwy. 137) 

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Wev-have ;.;a^pqsttlon:; open .for on ad : 
^IstratlY*: secretary. Previous sales In- 
volvement v ; an -\ ddded; ,plySj£GoodV com- 
munlcat ion; typlng.iand; oUcatcttlon *kMsa 
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cellerit benefits and congenial work: 

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Intrupa Mamifacturing Co., lne 8 

60030 




SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER 






For. residential setting. Type 10 B.D. Certification 
required. Excellent support service., -.' 
-Send Letter 01 Application And Resume To: 

AVIendote Association 

■ P.O. Box 277 \/. - 

Lako Villa, Illinois 60046 
(312)336-3334 { J; 



You may want to consldervRetall Sales. 

• ParM /me flexible hours 

• Weekends or Weekdays 

• Riding Experience Helpful 



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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 

Nqtiondl Company expanding/^tp 
this :-qrea?;noeds , : personnel to " its 

I^toff young '■ mj?0/ Wc^en arid ;c6l^ I 
lege students^^lc^^ 
'$^;^er:Week full^ime and $230 
per week pdrtj-time. 1 



Cutting Room 
Manager 

Growing' ' C(otHina'jM«'nu'K : 
iurer. in Lake Bluff, has an im- 
mediate 'opening Jot an ex-, 
peijenced ; Cutler, with 
managerial background. Full 
- time "position.- J -: 



. J Ii^eWnceeV->' : 

BEAUTICIAN 

Call Sue or Iris 

NEW IMAGE 

BEAUTY SALON 
Round Lake/ III; 
012 740-0121 



Personnel Manager 
(31JCTJ9491 

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WORD PROCESSING 

Movlng.to brand new offices in Antioch,, 
We need rhbre super data entry people. 
If you Have word processing experience 
: and ore looking for ^progressive posi- 
; tlbri • with 3 hard, ■ working, but friendly 



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GIVE US A CALL.' WE NEED «pl 

Call Nancy ; ; w . 

For A Pergonal Inf erylevv 



Busy dual auto dealership 
$Y iookinafofiHarp" 
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/ 
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

;■■■ ■ ?!CLMW$p§§& 

Mwt hart ^fl^/wtMr 
ondVoeeounti . cellctllen 

Iluuwbdgt. , Auter npwimct 
btbfuf but rwt tMCMHry, Sdbry 
canMnwteta- wHh «j»ri«K». 
^beMfHiottlkftlt.edl .. 

LIBERTY BUICK 
(312)362-2683 

For An Appointment- 
Or See Kothy Livingston 



•60.bo per:^ 

HUNDRED PAID 

f« pr6cni\ng.'reia\\ ..at 
bo(t}«! ' lnlormolion, : mikJ 
gfelf-oddf«»e<J, ttompm 
onv»lop«, AttoctotM Box 
95 : .,-RomII«, New J»my 
' 07203. •-.': ■;■•» "'■: , "•' : 



VENDING 
ROUTE 
DRIVER 

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full time ,.■/., 



LONO^- DISTANCE 
:ircjcfcing. North American 
' Vd ri'. v. 1 1 n o » . : n. e o d 8 vV 
oWner/operO»or$! If: ■ you " 
need training, we'wlll train . 
you; You will operate your . 
'owii tractor. It you -don't ., 
have one/ North American,: 
offer* a tractor purchoie j , 
program thai can i; por'ybii." 
in'a new' tractor, for $2500^., 
.down; tf you pre 21; or over 
/and think youmay quality, 
f We'd "like to send you a 
complete '■. Information 
package. Call any 
weekday. Toll free. -". ■'—— 

/" (800)348-2191 
' fl-_^17.43-ll^— -r.v. J .;i 
CRANNY SITTER during 
daytime i^'hourtv Hou" 
flexible.;. . r : 

, (312)223-0195. :;..,,-,. 

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Positions open for:' Highland Park, 
Ahtioch; BarringtQri,. Round Lake; 
and Waucorida for: . - ^,-^,~'. 
Chore/Ho«iekeepir & Homemakers 
to provide/Services to senior citizens 
In theTr owri hornet Part : time^:f lexi- 
ble hours. Immediate placement. 
;^:r-->--vv-- ; ;^,-call:---- ; -v-'-:.v-' 
-::.:\, (312) 360-0236 
between 8:00 a.m. to 4;30 p.m. 
■ AskfbrUsci^ 
Squat Opportunity Employer 




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I Are yoti Ibokitigfor a dree/^opportuhity with a fast ■ 
growing: major corporation?. : If your are' willing to 
work and learn, and -are rieat appearing and can 
get by with $1 5,000 : a -year.- first 1 year in training. 
There is a real chance for advancement. If you con-. 
- stder lybureeif gooilTwith dealing' with; people, in 
person and on the phone and hare.agood image, 
you owe it to yourself. fa look into this position.; For 
.an interview calk .\-' " 

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AUTO OFFICE 
RECEPTIONIST 

part';', time, ,'evenlngi, 
ihare with college *lu- 
denK, Must", be good 
typlit. ,i Experience 
helpful. Office duties. 
Call: for appointment. 
Mr. .Tom. 

(3121 362-*300 
emt.213 

PAULY HONDA 

1111 Sl Milwaukee Ave. 
Llbertyville, III. ' 



FULL TIME 

day or night 

Pay rote based on 
experionee, good 
Op p o rtunlty for 
qavancoment. _ ; : 

apply in person 
CHESSirS RESTAURANT 

200Applebee - 
Barrington, IL 
(312)382-5020 



EXPERIENCED 
HAIRSTYLIST 

. Antiochgreo, 
with following 
preferred. ; 

Call: 



(312)^95-6740 



TRACTOR THAIUR 
DRIVERS 

Local Delivery '. 

■ (Ch|cogo4- ■ 

' Surrounding Area) 

f- — Apply In Person . 
MonSay'OctoterlS, - 
ietwMn8ojn.-10e.in. 

At the inlpplng aHkeof: ; 

Stone Container Corp. 

1900 FoM Park Ave. 
North Chicago, Illinois 

See Fred Bartuck 



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Apply fn P«f»on 
. .' Monday - Friday 

' 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

, 306 Peterson Rd.(Hwy. 137) 
Llbertyville, III. 



Ukeland Newspapers Is looking for a uniquely . 
quallf led person for bur soles a^partment. The api 
pticont must be "self motivator, highly organlrtd ; 
and very dependable. This" lob Will Involve sales 
calls outside the office. , \ .. 

The applicant must demonstrote skills In interper- 
sonal commuhleotlons ereatlvity and personal 
responsibility; The applicant will work with o 
minimum omount of supervision. Since this Involves 
making contact autttde the main office, a car Is 
necessary and go* compensation will be mode. 
This lob Is not ah eosy one, but If you are persis- 
font, outgoing, dependable, responsible and 
organized you .will bea success, 

For Intamiaw/apj^lntifiant call' 
Bill Schro«dor, Jr. 
LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS 
223-8161 



BOOKKEEPER/ 
CLERICAL 

Full Time 

r in Fox Lake Atw 

Marine sales ex- 
perience/, prefer- 
red. Salary com- 
mensurate with 
ability. 

: Send resume to: 
f\0.loilCm 

PerkRygeJIIIfloboOOW 



ArtTwTeeyesrit ll M M rn^ 

blwm |ob«or a raant yodooi* 
ad i«^ Mntpenry or nguhr Iwalth 
jMwanct amn&it 

CdlSHttfsniAewt 
|«kStie]s<tt(S1I)»s-2111 

AliMit (tert-iwm or ngukr htnpltd- 
urglesl Ibhiiwio*. 




State Farm Mutual 



AMoMfeS* Inwranoi Omfwny 
r Ham OHtct.SJaaiilnaioii. «. 



BODYMAN 
WANTED 




DEMTAt ASSISTANT 

Ubertyvlile Endodontlst 
seeking.. port-time choir- 
side assistant. ApproW- 
imalely 1 5 to.. 20 hews 
per weekTno weekerTcbr 7^- 
Experienced preferred. 



Call 
(312)^67-0018 



Ediiv e-money for Ghri 

telephone. You'll be working evenings sell.ng subscriptions 

to Lakeland Newspapers 




NpwThrou! 

To apply, just come in dndjfill ouian aoolicdtion. 





30 S, Whitney 
Orceys8cake.IL 




EXPERIENCED 
SKIERS WANTED 

Who . would en|oy 
learning the. basics 
of Ski Teaching, live 
fn the vicinity of 
Wilmot, Wise, and 
aire available any 
weekday-daytime. 

Interested? 

■ 

Write to: - 

Helmut Telchner 

C^WlmotMowitan Ski School 



W»il »quifp«t «f»P- **• 
cdtont wagM and b*wl lt». 

Apply in person. 

State lino Collision 

11011 Utoele 

(fatsfSsctleaoflts>in 

eedlte.47) 

Msbroa.Hl. 

015)648.2205 



Complete Home 

Maintenance Service 

Help Us To Clean Up 

•$5.00 to $7.00 per boor 

*Advonctment based on ' 
your own aaompliihments, 

•Full'S Part-Time potltionsr— 
available 



•Troining provided for oil-": 
qgoiifiedopplkanh. 

far fui titer Inforeiatlons 

(312) 295-1260 



PHOTO SALES 

$500 per week minimum 
guaranteed * after first 
two weeks of training on 
commlislon. Show to 
mothers, beautiful '. color 
photos ; of ; : their bobtes 
alreody token. Pleasant 
congenial selling > proc- 
tlcolly,:pre*iold. By ap- 
pointment , only. Cor fs 
necessary. , Port-tune 
positions also available. 

CALL 
(3.2)S24-0S03 



Pdrt^litio 




WAiTRESS 

Apply in Person 

GURNEE 
HOLIDAY INN 

6161 W. Grand Ave- 
Gumee,-lll. 

(312) 336^300 
ExtV 139 : 



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TEACHER VACANCY 

Second Grade Classroom 
Antioch District 34 

OAfdiWDGBiUH SCHOOL 
Antioch, Illinois; 

Colt m later Ihcfi October 25lh r 

for appointment 

Must have Illinois 
Elementary Certificate 

(312)395-1730 



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SUBSTITUTE 


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TEACHERS 


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NEEDED 


"*■>.:_ 


Minimum $40 per day. 




Round Lake ..Area 




Schools. V : 




CoU 


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Carol ZtnliewslrJ 




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(312)546-5522 





SALE TRAINEE 

Growing wholesaler 
needs aggressive 
Lake County resi- 
dent for Soles and 
merchandising to 
our customers. Ap- 
plicant must have 
good work habits 
and driving record. 

(312)336-5610 



COOK- 


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BROILERMAN/ 




Full Or Part-Time 


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Evening & Weekends : 




-, Salary ^Open 


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References 




Parkway RestoWnt 





303SBe1widareRd. 




Waukogan It 




|^|312)3364222 




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run JOBS 

^ull/l*eirt-Tlme) 
^Doy/Nlgjht 

Great Work Environment 
J Ebrn That Extra ^ 
.HOIDAYCASrlNOWl 

Salary & Bonuses 
f« Imrnedicn^ Eir^iioymem 

Apply In Person 

310 N. Lako St. 

MiHidolelrt 

(312)94^4712 
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paper'* Classified < od can' - 

' help you 'him unwantedrl 

Items. Iiito cash. To* sell -j 

olmortonythlno, hrttaril, 

, our office neoresi you. 




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or Nonunion 

No (n» 'tto^r y»or» «• 

poti«rx» mwl how own tools 
arid tmuartotlon. . - 
Work In .North :* WMh««) 

JANITOR 

i'3 to 4 Hours Per Day 

■'■'■v Apply At 



604 Church St. 
Llbe>rtyirlHs> 



IAIN EXTRA INCOME 

do.Jus tfcfcrcwn^' 

of yo«f Ofwn horn*, for 
InlonsoHon - 

Call 
(312)516-3373 



RBMBS OffOIIWfln 

OWributori wonltd, am- 
bitious person to market 
Scnelllte -T.VY Full or port 
time, tor Irrfomwtlon coll: 

(312)3264373 



•WAITRESSES 
? BARTENDER 
• Apply In Penan 

JOHNNY Ds 

B04 N. Barron Blvd. 
(Route 83) 
Gr aysloke; , 



Full Tlmo 

Conwt, dtmnk, o»VVfr» ;< 

INSTALLER 



Bit ittetti 



■■:■ Call.'-:- 5 
CIS) 4»?»i««o 

WANTED 

mraiwB 

Flexible Hours 
/HOUSEHOLD 
FINANCE CORP. 
(312) 395-3020 



RXDUCfDl B2DUCBDS for 

-iafebye>vmer:14'xi70'2 
bedroom. :jndodo»^cur- 

:to!ht; ©oiip^tiograoi »tovo, v 
rofrjpjratd'r;; ;i;OMH»' : , in 
dishwasher. Aman a room 
a/c washer, :dryer;.'-10*; x 

JD'dllalumlnujnshed.ond 
largo ".'roUed - garden.^ 
Excellent condition; ( Im> 
mediate occupancy, 
located In newer section ot 

>■ Pork City • Mobile . Home 
Perk. $16,900: V 

(312)244-0992 . 
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new^xhbo^;re^r*One<{;^u 



up. $300. . 
r . (312)356-6700 

■■ .,'•;' •.-■ after. 6#m;-\ ; 
:-83-43-22 



"iwr'TttHIVY " Impala. 

automatic, good -^tronsv 

porfatloh; 1350, ■> -■ ; ' . 

■ ■ -■! (414)537-4962 _.-..-_ 

fonyllrne 

3-43-25 . ,. : ^1 



IUMBER SALES 



part^M wMhenttt ond 
avenkvt. Driven license re- 

99CnHstopherWay 
. Fox Lake IL 



IXPESlBICEpPAtNTtkS 

Winter Work 

Hard workers need only 
Apply . 

(312)587-4487 



SALE PEOPLE 

-EARN $400 • $»200 Per Month 

(Part-tlrrie) 

EARN $3000 - 16000 Per Month 

(Fulltime)- 
• (3t2) eae-eree. 




CAM LIFTERS with timing 1 . 
.chain' and gear*. For .350 ; 
Pontlac $195. 2 rotors ond 
•tarter for Ford/Mercury 
$65. Phone'-- -.' . -./;•'■'■ -H 
(414)889-4316 
—81-43-40— — - 

HM» CAPS, ■ Buy.. ;*eUy / 
1000'r In: »tbck.' Country 
. Collector .-Wilmot. .Wt*. ... , -:' 
, :(414)B62.2914 r > •; 



1974 DAT* UN, 4 door, 4 

speed. $400 or best offer. • 

■.- (312)356-1125 

10am-6pm 

%—4-B3-43-27— f 

H75 OLDSMOIIII 
Stbri!re^$250 A or ;: best, ■ 
Parting out 1 974 Opel; ., ., ; 
(312)395>2329 " 

,V-^~ BMMl-^-"-; :■ ■ 
1970 DODOf D-500 with 12' 
steel llot-bed; $1900. 1? ' 
^312)546^313; 



oft«r5p.'m 
• .- ■ " ^ ' B 7T43 4ft '' .'. • 
iff j DODOI ■■Odrt>;Must \ 

pbHii Asking $t50 ; or r b«t,j 
bfferVPhono^' v^ ..'." 
v ; ■■; r:(3l2)3So jm 

in* dodoi bVsob i wiiii i5v 

•teelflat.b^;$|9p0.. ^ 
?' ^(312)5464313 s 
83-43-35 



l«7t M AlllU Chevy. 

tell cheap. ^■■^■;. ."/*, -: 

{414)862-2916 S 

— ^8*43-9f-^- 



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quarter .of .Sect ion 1 8, 
^riTovmthlp ^45V;VNpifth^ 
RangelOriasi-omho 
Third 'P.rlnelp.al 
Meridlbri; dcoordlpg ito 
the ■;pldtS^l!fItO!f 
- recbrdod Nove 

■ 5527B6,Vln\6o>k ; 30jof 
■*;Rk>t»; poget 3, 4i and 5; 

In Lake County, Illinois . 

SdW^P>;qjp,or|yI.y-!«: 
commonly known a» 
1414 Woodridge, Round 
tdko^,: Beoch.r llllnojlt 
60073//..;;-;^ ;■■■ 
and which said " 
wos made by. I 
Tordmarfl >'■'-■ arid ; - 1 J6on no 
Teromoni, Mortgaaorsi to 
The Lomas and . * 



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PUOllCHIABINO 



NAME(S)V r Rlchdrd ondv; 
'PcrtTjcIdSmlth^;-: ^-i'.-A-'- -:^i - 
ADDRESS 201 Spruce,', Fax v f 

■ Loke;it6oo2a >■-.;■ I--.:'-:-:----'..;} 

TUiPHONE NUMBER 587- t 
041B - 



The-obdve.-repretenl,-'thot : j 
thoy ore the owners of t ho : 
Icholot'Ai -r( following r.deeerlbed ' real 5 '. •} ;. 

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tegql-J'^Doicrlpllpn^rbf.A -j .j 

Property; Lots 37 1 & 37154.^ I ■ ■- 1 






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FUa Oft PART-TIME 

Ptrson tor bow oHl». should 
have Knowtodfl* of monool 
•ookktoplng, account* 
noffrabh. iPoyoW* ' «> nd 
payroll..- 

MILLER SALES CO. 
(312)526-9200 



GOVERNMENT JOBS 

$16,040 - $59,230/yr; 

Now Hiring. Call: 
1405487-6000 EiU-1989 

lor.current federal list. 



MOBtU DfSION Center. 

— Custom — col ored -^ d ecor- 
' business needs full-time 

career, oriented person .In 
this- area. Flexible hours. 

- Training provided. 

i (312)438-2796 
-1-^18-44-28-^-t— 
OWN AND operate candy 
confection vending route, 

— your area; • pleasant 

- business, "High profit 
items. Start, part-time. 
Age, experience not 

. important. 52395 to $4790 

investment. . Write. 

Owatonna Vendor's Ex- 
change. .Box" 411, 

Owatonna, . Mri. . , 55060. 

Include phone number. 
-18-43-13 — 



ltTi MnCUKY Montego. 
Has excellent, motor, uses 
no oil, very good.tlret. 
.$200. ' "■ -A '-.. 
(312)587^4036 
— —-83-43-59—- — . 
19J3 NISSAN Sentra, new 
tires, highway "miles," 
$3,300. "• 

(312)356-2849: 



1977 , PONTIAC Grand 
Prix. With' red Interior. 
Runs good. Looks new- 
$1295/or offer. 

(312)5874)664 

■'— -f-Hg-* 3 .:? 2 

1977 FORD Granada, 4 
door, a/c, 6 cylinder 67,000 
miles. $1,395. 

(312)223-2330 

day* 

(312)249-2330 

after 7 p.m. 

-83-43-23 



HONDA 



'm Ford EsbpH 

automatic, ■, 
air 

f 81 DatsuTi 
310 

'80 

Giiation \ $16^5 

7^ Ford 
Fiesta ... $1495 



1982 CADILLAC 
; DaViliE 

ExceUent Condition 

'":.$5^0b',- ; v ; "' 

6rfS0AJ^to6K»P.M. 
862-6311 



°«P?»P>^^!^^y ,c » fn Broprry:' Farms v tub. 
'll^S^^Sh 1 *?^ ' '"■;• drvlskih^lJitngt^JX 
, W^Counry. IlllnoU;. « ; srawifHlkiSSllvliion on 

teoSw'^d lir^o&lr 1 - Fbxi\Wk^lnIiection:;iO; 

dTrtylssued out ofthe told *&?&&. <>^« third prlq- 
.Cburt . - bgoln»t:v;y£w),b» v i; « W!^p™^.AeeordIno 
provided by "law, mid that J? 1 : 'lo,^lhe^J>lotsvJlier«pf 



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78 

Ghevette . $895 
HOURS 

Mon.-Thors. 9-9 

Fr..9-o:30 
Sot.9-5^ 



(312)362-^m 



STATfOFIUtNOlS, 
COUNTY OF LAM, is.- 
tnlhoartulf Court for 
TKo 19th J uddel Circuit. . 
Lake County, Illinois 
^iWerbltlotlonblMprlgogejy 
i ' Associol io n , a cor pbr a* Ion , 
Plaintiff, 

--■;--• ';•'■ \nl-\ r -;-,r' x ''-: ..kZ-i 
Samuel Stewart, et, : ol„ » 
Defendants. . ;/;' 

'- No.* 85Ch532. . 
Te, requisite off Idovlt'. for - 
■ publication .:" having' been X 
; filed,--> notice) . It : hereby.:; 
given . -you, ;^,TJnkown,v 
Owners, defendont(s) In ", 
• the above entitled suit, -. 
that the said suit has been : 
commenced In" the Circuit 
'Court- of 'Loko: County, 
Chancery Division, by the: 
a, sold ■■ plaint IH-ogdl nst -- you "\ 
ond other, defendants, 
praying for the foreclosure 
of o certain (Mortgage) .- 
-conveying -the premises • 
' described ' os follows, to- 
Wit: — : 

"Lot 2 in Block 227 In 

Round " Loka i^ Beach,'-' , - 
■' Green view Addition, 
£l being ^ a Subdl rylsion _oL .'__■■_ 
■■ part of the- South lEoit* '■■:■•;■ 



the <iald sultv; \tj nowjr 

'pondlrig/v ^r^'' ! -'r,- . 
Now, -therefore,; unlets 

you the told above named :' 
defendonils), file. V your " 
. on swer to the Complaint In 
the said suit or otherwise 
make your;"oppsjaroika^ 
therein; In the off ice cf the 
; Clerk of Jhe . Orcultj' Court .<■ 
of Lake County^In the Lake * 
County Courthoute; ; 
Woukegan, .Illinois; on or " 
before c the .12th iday -of ; 
November, :■ 1985^ default 
may be entered agplntt \ 
you ot. any time offer t hot 
day ond a Judgment en- 
tered in oocordance with 
tha , prbyer v of ; toid Com- 
ololnr.v 

Doled, Woukegan, Illinois, 
OdobeMOth, f985.Sl-:> $3. 
Sally D. Coffelt, Clerk. ^ : 
Kroplk, ■■'• Popuga 8 Show, 
Attorneyd) for Plaintiff.' 
> October :10lh, 4 1985 

: . ;Sally D. Cof|e|t, Clerk. 
.Kroplk, Popuga TShawv 
Attorneytt) for Plaintiff ., 
;& v;^,v:'"Oeti 10-17' 
^ OTa24;l985; 
1085B-117-RL 



A '. - L AKIl AND vNewil. 
paper's' ClattlBedrod. eon . 
help you turn unwanted '. 
items Into cash. To tell 
almost cmythlng, Just col) 
our off ke nearest you. 



recorded Septi: 8; 1913. as 
Doc No. 149144 In Book 'T" ( 
of. ptptf. Paget 77,78,79 in 

toko' County,. Illlnqlsi. 

Address of J^perty : 201 . 



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Variation .:' to set-.. bock- ; % 
the garage 5" from the 
house for the purpose . . 
;6f building a garage. ; - --.- - ; *a : ; 

Wherefore; we the" 

petitioners desire a Public 
Hearing be held, and -the . 

"Zoning - Board of Appeals' 1 
recommend to the Board of 
Trustees >6f the Village of - , 
Fox lake, that ih* Zoning 
Ordinance be; amended to'' 

^ allow the : above uset" upon - . 
the property cited. ;" 

In conformity .-: with -"the. 

procedures governing a 
- Publ Ic S Heart ng 'A Pet I lion, .; ; 
' theli' requlromentt pre l 

herewith attached. 

Richard* Patricia Smith: 9- 

'.27^85-:: -:■'-■.;. 



. Hearing Date: ftov. 
Time: 7:30 p.rri.- 



14th; 



Oct. 24, 1985 , 
1085D-1B5-FL 3,^i- 



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1917 AND 1960 century 
Coronado 21fl. Both ex- 
cellent, others. 

(312)587-5848 
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197* U3B Ford van. Very 
good condition. $2500. 
'■•:■ (312)395:7276 
-75-43-1 




1974 CUB* Hondo Enduro, 
lust tuned up, S250. . 
:' (312)546-3177 





r BUTBt AND Sellers come^ 
tocMthar.' every 'iwaek In s 
lakeland OatsHJed. 

CAP FOR long bed 510, ; 
uitulot«d, like now, S225. - 
(312)356^)418 
■ __77-i3-52 — ■ 

19B1 CHtVV C-10. pick-up, , 
short*ed, 6 eyflndef/ 3 - 

speed. Scottsdale. AM/FM 
cassette, bark Muo," with ^ 
many more opt tons, $3200. ■>} 



FIRE 
TRUCK 

Spring Grove Fire 
Protection Depart- 
ment, will, be selling 
to the highest bidder 
on 10-27-85 at 10:00 
cm. - : at Fire' House 
8214 Richardson 
Road,- Spring Grove, 
III- 1957 I.H: 500 
GPflA, Fi/e Truck with 
1000~ngallorr — tankr 
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'84 CADILLAC DeVILLE 



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Stic. 188*050 WAS $6199 

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»84 CADILLAC DeVILLE 

sik. nami '-.Was "$i3,8747.':y.NOW 



'84 TOYOTA TERCEL $ raaa 

Sik.#B840M WAS $4199. NOW w03w 

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'84CADILUCDoVILL%|A|QQ 
s*. mrm- was iia.m.T,: .mow I ■> I y 5* 

'85 BUfCK PARK AVENUE f - * ^ J ft 

s.k. #441432 was sum.... now I6iw9" 

»84 CADILLAC DeVILL^4«oQA 

s*. »«6sa; was $ia,«n. . . .now - 1 fc|0 vu, 

'84 CHEVY CAVAUER ^aaaa 

$£#8*1779 WAS $4*99 ...... NOW Ufc"™ 

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16499 

^84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

'84 OLDS CUTLASS 

stk. ttaim '-. was triw: . . . '. ; now 



'84CADlULACDeVILLE $ -* «qq 

Sik. #S40S3B WAS $12,699... NOW I £| v33 



'6999 
6299 



'84 CHEVY CAVALIER; 

. Wc. I8M2T5 WASI44W.......NOW 

"34 CHEVY CAVALIER $ e « QQ 

Sik.#864363 WAS$6499. NOW D&99 

•84 POHTIAC SUNBIRDjaaa a 

uk.man '^was %rm.,... .mom 0** v 

'85 POHTIAC P-6000 
s*. 1*3*0* was itm. . . . : .now 

'85 POHTIAC FIREBIRD 

i*. #46347, wAj$wrr.......Now 

'85 OLDS DELTA 88 



'8999 



'84 POMTIAC SUNBIRDja* aa 

s*. #884401 ". was 'frm:.;f..MVN " ■ **r ■ 

'6899 
'5999 



S*. #884401 WAS f7W; ;. £> . ]NOW 

'84 POHTIAC SUN BIRD 

Sik. #884244 WAS 17399... ...NOW 



'84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

S*. #884361 WM«tM99;..'..;.NOW 



Sik. #441917 WAS III, 174... NOW 

'84 CADILUC DdVILLE 

Sik. #840833 WAS $11,699 NOW 

'84 FORD TEMPO 

S*. #840841 WAS $4799. NOW 

'84 POHTIAC SUHB1RD 



Sik. #894806 WASIMW...V...NOW 



*9199 

?10,699 

M2,399 
'6599 



'84 BUICK SKYHAWK j-qqq 

S*. #88421 WAS Ptn:...:.. NOW '- ^ 

•85 FORD VAN 

, Sfk. #4624*1 was tia m. . . . .NOW 



'84 CHEVY CAVALIER $ aaaa 

Sik. #840219 i WaV171W:.....NOW "■" 

'6899 
'9399 

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Slk c «4ffll9 WAS I7JW.V....NOW 

'84 PONTIAC SUNBIRD 

Sffc, #884229 WAS $7099... :. . .NOW 

'85 OLDS CUTLASS; 

Sik. #439000 WAS 110,149 NOW 



'6299 

•84 RENAULT ENCORE S c 7 AQ 

5tk. '#894852 .WAS J6399....... NOW BIW 

'7999 

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'6299 

'84 CHEVY CELEBRITYjaaaa 

Stk.* #840441 WASl9S«.....,..NOW :0(CyV., 

'10,599 

199...., NOW MfOJW 



Stk. #894853 . WAS $6399 

'85FORDLTD 

Stk. #461779 WAS $8899. !..... NOW 

'84 CADILLAC De 

Slk.#83881? ;WAS $13.799.. 

•84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

.5lk;J884267 WASS709a.....?.NOW 



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85 PONTIAC 8000 



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'84 CADILLAC DtVllLE,*. .qq 



'85F0RDTHUNDERBIBD 



'6499 



'9499 
'8899 

'84 CHEVY CAVALIER $ a #1 a a 

Sik. #884261 ' WAS 6899 NOW 0033 



Sik. #463331 WAS 19799 .NOW, 

'85 CHEVY CELEBRITY 

Stk. #46IS» WASS90N...N.NOW 



Sik. #461646 WAS 19989 

'85 FORD LTD 

S&. 1461776 WAS 1*699. . . . : . .NOW 

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'85 BUICK CENTURY 

Sik. #461849 WAS $10,067 NOW 

'85 OLDS CIERA $ 

Slfc. #463057 WAS 110.069.. . . .NOW 

'85 FORD THUNDERBIRD 

.Sik. #462318 WASSW9.....;.NOW 



'9399 
9399 



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'9299 



'85 CHEVY CELEBRITY $ a a a a 

Sri, #441490 WASS946J. ;..:., NOW Oll!l5# 

'8999 



'85BUICKREQAL 

Sik. #461.389 WAS $6499..;.... NOW 



ALL CARS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE^~ ~~^~ 
CARS YOU CAN COUNT ON FROM A NAME YOU CAN TRUST 




= Stk; #840441 WAS $9592 

'85 OLDS DELTA 

Sik! #461938 "WAS $11,099.; 

•85 CADILLAC 

Sik. #461760 WAS $15,999. 

'85 FORD XLT VAN 

Stk, #463490 .WAS_$12^99;....NOW 

'84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

Stk. #884268 WAS $6899..... ..NOW 

'85 OLDS CIERA 

Sik. #462088 WAS $9698....:.. NOW 

•84 PONTIAC J2000 

Stk. #894925 WAS $7099. .NOW 

'84 FORD LTD WAQON 

Sik. #884456 WAS $7899 NOW 

'85 BUICK REGAL 

Sik. #461906 WAS $9899, . , , ...NOW 

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'84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

Stk. #839872/ A ■ WAS. $6499. . . .NOW 

»84 BUICK REGAL 

Sik. #840008/A WAS $7799.... NOW 

'84 CHEVY CAVALIER 

Stk. #84021 7/A WAS 1*499.. .'.NOW 

•85 OLDS C A WIS 

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While- Automat* with 0.1M Still M. peer windows 
power One tiuise Ml air conditioning. AM TM Cdstvtle ' 
I lops' plot more. 30.000 mite i* 




1983 CHEVROLET CAVALIER WAGON 

Red. automat*.* power -ileermK. air conditioning am .. 
radio, leaf defroster" low milM ■ 



5395 



1982 CHEVROLET S-ft PICKUP 

-Blue. 4 ; ipe*d.«rri OuUlinei ?8000milpv 



4995 



1984 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 

Silver. VB. 5 speed Dower tteerm». power door, 'are 
tonditioninf.cTbise. Ml .-ilum.num rnjps M<h«le.n lirei' 

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9295 



1983 CHEVY MONTE CARLO 

l*ni t»own V6 automjl* ** Cond.ton.rif ctol.fi '"ir>i 41 clean 



'7695 



1982 OLDS TORONADO BROUGHAM 2 OR. \ 

V.H. power <..nd»»\ uo*rr- U'Jli' POKC locks J" 
loodiloninc cruise, till. cassette, power itint oat" plu» lot 1 , 
more: 39 000 miHM. 



9895 



1984 PONTIAC SUNBIRD HATCHBACK 

Red Vl»FI- turbo *' crl-ndf au(omlt<. power M«nng 
cruise- "dug} . AM FM CuSSam mlfr** \uniool 19000 

..niites ,' '.".' ,-i^-,. .. ■-- .-. ■'■„•'•■'■ i. -"--' " . '•' 



1983 cHEvy s-io pickup . ; 

J '.L*r:l ib»n Orci.iii: AM rjllm lotMiejlf co»f_ ?8000 



1983 FORD ESCORT GT 2 DR. . >> 

I mi -i v|*m. Iikci ye«*nj t.iMi whrrls AM IMiteim 
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'4995 



1981 BUICK REGAL LIMITED 

7 door, bin* Vfc MllBtMW .**' COndrtronmc: UrxUa too. 
3tO0O,mdev~ •. ' 



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^lue ■ iutoma]c. pow i«ri«>f . AM, 44.000 miS*i W*C «Jw1ICalllall "* 

JtHEVrW»ICE4000R: C*is : ij«^- 

«L : .n.»o,- -ve ,.u^«. w ««M«,i««, bee salesman 

♦»rtrl* Willi, fur diffottef - .;--■. -;,.,-. ^;. », 




19S4 CHEVROLET % TON PICKUP 

Brown. 6 qrtmttr. tulwnih, power Metr in*. AM r«d«, 
raMfltpbumptr.w^OO ruin. i>»n r»w 



f 8195 



1985 CHEVROliT MONTE CARLO 

Hluc VB jutomjK pwn wmtfowt. power dooiv .** <on 

diionmi;, irii tJiKv* amlmCMMM 16O0O«n.*t 



$ 10;700 



^Blue.«i<10««f^Pci»«'4t»«r>fit.wti ( tfw*ili,im . 

4«iick s^iiiwuilrTitfw : v civ c 

*4 door. Iifht brown 1 autonuK. power ttwtrmg, OCC Uti 
^hrtt'wAit-.. AMi>FM \W*i. -,"."■■ , .^j^t 

U982 FORD EXP ■:'■': i^t J 'Qob Qalbcmait ■ 

^Sifrtf ? floor. 4 sp«et1 power ileeinig im roUo UCC tj£llC Oil 1(31 1 * 

5981H0HDAACa»RD2DR. ^ i>-- «*^i^^— ^^ • 

■•^lAXTUlrt po-er steenng. Imtm blue cloth 

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While V8 t lopv power wmrtow^ howft rvin»N. Me»t-« 
pHrt tot* mo>* Onlt 4 400 m*M Jak^ 



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1982 BODGE RAM V*lt WAGON \ ' 

CcW. IS PMMfigtf. Automilic. powtf uee'ini Jir ux\ 
drt«Oiri|, reir htftl f 33 0OOm>le> 



7995 






1984 PONTIAC FIERO SOOHC 

Bl*£k 4 speed jm cond.f«xnn<r j' U m.r. u m B h*,Mv l.te new . AnM J 



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1982 CHEVROLET % TON PICKUP 

V B. •utonutc. *m Im cjsserhj. Durjlmer h#j« 
dutytirw 38000nnl*i " 



1983 BUICK RIVIERA 

li«h| blown V8, J«r coodilcimg jm Im CJsvetle p!u*> 
ill i»w»r optoni nwj btautr. 29 000 m Jev 



11.700 



1984 FORD BRONCO II 

BLick Vt..«lomii< XII Pj(r.jrf Jh COhdiliOrtiriK 
C41t*|le piutmpff sharp ' 



'10,995 



1985 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER PASSENGER VAN 

Whilr S passerre' s'eetw Ptd jutonulic i» t&Kli\0<>Hi<e 
imliri sle'eo Cwslom inleno' plus soli "■ot 7 000 m.irs 

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T 1983 CHEVY CELEBRITY 2 DR. 

. •wwx l#fcs r.tj^r I'll .i-t ii.f,tM^.i.iii,' lyjiiiiiiixi ' 



6895 



1982 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4 OR. 

1 1<CM Nue. wwc wheels am lm \ie«eo *b %b cloth wan. 
uluv lull power sharp 



6395 



1981 CHEVROLET CHEVETTE 

l«tit blue. ? tsocx iulonuK wrr.irwjln am. K'tal (ii 



1981 FORD V« TON PICKUP 

— Wsit*_.Vfi_i!'!o m 4l<; pow et stee* *ik . aw t cKirtitonn.e dual 
Un»» *«1rA cl»an 33 000 lnf~ 



1984 CHEVY CORVETTE 

Gold, loaded, including lealPver and Oalco 

Bos* radio. 



.'BM g'twfi. VO, autonwDc, aomtt MMftno. ill co 

■>■% lilt, am-lm, runt grtal. RocK Ooltom SfMClHI 



1984 SUBARU WAGON GL - 

liarooh.auianulit.lilt. '*«» wh«lv jmta (auftt 
rear drlrnltt . 78 000 rmsri 




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1985 0ATSUN4i4 PICKUP 



Sifvtr. ltripct.' & speed, power slear mj with IrOtrtrJ , S 

lnev enerxJed cjb sinlrfii window eilra clean. 4 000 



10,200 



1981 CHEVY CHEVETTE 2 DOOR 

I'Qhi lift, wirxn«Uc,poinr •Ittrtno.MrcOAijltloiiln'j. AM 
radio, ftar dwlrotltf . Own, BocK Bottom SptclHI 



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